The Husserlian Phenomenology of Lived-Values: Contributions from Philosophy and Psychology

July 14, 2012
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What are the lived-meanings of “values” and “ethics” from a Husserlian phenomenological perspective? The aim of this conference is to promote a unique exchange between phenomenological philosophers and psychologists who are exploring lived ethical experience. The phenomenological method itself arguably implies an ethical commitment to the lived-experience of the other. Phenomenological psychologists have critiqued empirical or theory-laden approaches to research or clinical practice as distorting the fullness of lived-subjectivity; it is claimed that Husserl’s psychological reduction offers a more adequate foundation for an ethical valuing of the other in psychology.

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