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In its broadest sense, phenomenology is a philosophical movement which arose as a reaction against the predominance of an approach to science epitomized by objectivity, abstraction and rationality. Phenomenology's recognized founder, the German philosopher Edmund Husserl (1859–1938), argued for a return to ‘the things themselves' rather than abstract ideas of them as a valid and important ...

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