Presenting a collection of articles and links on philosophy,
especially geared towards Theosophy. The focus will be predominantly
on the philosophical school of phenomenology. [continued]
of Phenomenology for Theosophy. By Govert Schuller.
Article making the case that the insights and ideas as developed
within the phenomenological movement will find fruitful
application in Theosophy.
Seven Theosophical Principles: An Initial Experiential Grounding
in Reflective Experience. Small essay by Govert Schuller
using some philosophical concepts to add an experiential
dimension to the seven Theosophical principles.
Two Sophias or the Relationship of Theosophy and Philosophy"
by J.J. Poortman from Philosophy, Theosophy, Parapsychology:
Some Essays on Diverse Subjects
and Spirituality (2001) by Govert Schuller
It Yourself Phenomenology (n.d.) by Theodore Kisiel
method in the study of esotericism
By Wouter Hanegraaff. Making a case along phenomenological
lines against both reductionists and religionists that the
empirical method is metaphysically neutral by employing
methodological agnosticism and acknowledging the historicity
of religious phenomena.
Thinking and the Eastern Mind" by Rolf von Eckartsberg
and Ronald S. Valle, from: Metaphors of Consciousness
Plea for the Introduction of Edmund Husserl's Phenomenological
method into Parapsychology" (1953) by Gerda Walther
Schuller and B. de Spinoza
Article by W. Meijer originally published in the Dutch literary
magazine De Navorscher in 1897 about the identity
of the doctor present at Spinoza's death.
for "The Power of Existential Intuition" class
containing a wealth of phenomenological hand-outs, quadrants,
schematisms and papers.
is Phenomenology?" (1962) by Maurice Merleau-Ponty.
Much lauded Preface to his Phenomenology of Perception
By Edmund Husserl for the Encyclopaedia Britannica
(1927). Condensed presentation of his transcendental phenomenology.
Phenomenology: Its Method and Its Field of Investigation.
Inaugural lecture by Edmund Husserl at Freiburg im Breisgau,
to The Basic Problems of Phenomenology (Bloomington,
IN:Indiana University Press, 1975). By Martin Heidegger.
"... dealing not with phenomenology but with what phenomenology
itself deals with. ... The point is not to gain some knowledge
about philosophy but to be able to philosophise."
Encyclopedia article by David Woodruff Smith. The Stanford
Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2003 Edition)
is Phenomenology? Introductory article by Lester Embree.
Covers basic themes and historical development.
of Religion. Article by A. Scott Moreau for the Evangelical
Dictionary of Theology (revised edition; forthcoming
2000). Covers its reach and limits.
Thinking: The European and Asian Approaches of Heidegger
and Krishnamurti" by Lex Hixon, chapter 1 from
Coming Home: The Experience Of Enlightenment In Sacred
See its own seperate
and its relevance in certain academic disciplines and professional
practices: An initial bibliography.
The reach of phenomenology into different non-philosophical
domains has been steadily growing with, for now, no end
in sight. This is a list of disciplines, which make extensive
use of phenomenology in its self-understanding.
Investigations by Edmund Husserl. Reviewed by Daniel
Collected Edition of Martin Heidegger's works. Review article
by Thomas Sheehan for the New York Review of Books.
Heidegger, and the Space of Meaning by Steven Galt Crowell.
Review by Eric Sean Nelson. "Crowell ... argues that
Heideggers approach transforms rather than destroys
Husserls basic insights about meaning and intentionality."
and Nazism by Victor Farias. Review article by Thomas
Sheehan for the New York Review of Books. [pdf]
and Asian Thought edited by Graham Parkes. Review by
Way of Thought by Theodore Kisiel. Review by Richard
Polt. "If a deep engagement with Heidegger's work is
sought, however, then this collection and [Kisiel's] The
Genesis of Heidegger's Being and Time are essential
reading." Iain MacKenzie.
Husserl Page. "To provide easy access to those
net resources pertaining to the life and work of the 20th
century philosopher, Edmund Husserl."
Web site dedicated to Martin Heidegger.
of Phenomenological Organizations. "... to foster
communication and cooperation among phenomenologists around
the globe." Web site offers a List
of Phenomenological Organizations and a free subscription
to the Newsletter
for Advanced Research in Phenomenology. Lester Embree,
co-founder and president. " ... advancing knowledge
of and skill in phenomenology, in its many articulations,
including phenomenological philosophy and phenomenological
Encyclopedia of Philosophy. See entries for different
to Philosophy on the Internet. Collection of online
philosophy resources by Peter Suber.