Course: PHIL 439. Phenomenology (3)

Prerequisites: 6 units of Philosophy. Advanced introduction to phenomenology, which seeks to describe conscious experience from the first-person perspective. Topics may include the qualitative character of experience, the nature of consciousness, how conscious experiences can be meaningful, and the relationship between scientific and phenomenological descriptions of perception and the body. The focus will usually be on one or more historically significant phenomenologist, such as Edmund Husserl, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Frantz Fanon, or Jean-Paul Sartre, or on the applications of phenomenological methodologies to contemporary issues, such as gendered or trans embodiment or the phenomenology of race.

Fall-2024 - Schedule of Classes

PHIL 439

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