|aIntroduction to phenomenology /|cRobert Sokolowski.
|aCambridge, UK ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,|c2000.
|aix, 238 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 228-231) and index.
|aWhat is intentionality, and why is it important? -- Perception of a cube as a paradigm of conscious experience -- Three formal structures in phenomenology -- An initial statement of what phenomenology is -- Perception, memory, and imagination -- Words, pictures, and symbols -- Categorial intentions and objects -- Phenomenology of the self -- Temporality -- The life world and intersubjectivity -- Reason, truth, and evidence -- Eidetic intuition -- Phenomenology defined -- Phenomenology in the present historical context -- Appendix: Phenomenology in the last one hundred years.