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후썰 괴테, 엘리아데: 비교종교현상학을 위한 철학적 정초
Husserl, Goethe, and Eliade: Building up a Philosophical Foundation for Phenomenological Comparative Studies of Religion

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Authors
김경필
Issue Date
2005
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.24, pp. 145-181
Keywords
Husserlmorphologyphenomenologyactual alterationGoetheEliade
Abstract
What does "phenomenology" mean for other sciences, especially for comparative studies of religion? At least, phenomenology as a philosophy seemed to have nothing to do with comparative studies of religion. To the scholars of the comparative studies, "phenomenology" usually means merely "a bad way to compare". However, this kind of use of the term may be unfair to the scholars of phenomenology as a philosophy, who used that term in the first place (e. g. Husserl). For them, the philosophers, "to be phenomenological" (for other sciences) means "to give a philosophical foundation".
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/5173
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College of Humanities (인문대학)Religious Studies (종교학과)종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 24집(2005)
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