Morality and Phenomenology
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Phenomenology, in its traditional encounters with ethics, has commonly aimed at a more descriptive rather than prescriptive goal. That is, the project is often one of describing the structures of the ethical experience and of moral action. This comes as no great surprise as it is the aim of phenomenology to investigate such structures of consciousness and thereby achieve understanding.
KeywordsExact Science Scientific Idealization Pure Logic Ideal Essence Ideal Logic
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