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Genetic Phenomenology

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Abstract

In this chapter genetic phenomenology is interpreted using the unifying formalism. Genetic phenomenology studies a priori rules governing changes in phenomenological structures. This can be understood in terms of the learning rule of Chap. 3. As background knowledge changes in virtue of the learning rule, a cascade of “genetic” changes occurs in other phenomenological structures (partial intentions, adumbrations, the constitution of an object, its horizons, etc.).

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Yoshimi, J. (2016). Genetic Phenomenology. In SpringerBriefs in Philosophy (pp. 67–70). Springer Science and Business Media B.V. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-26698-5_9

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