THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF EDMUND HUSSERL AS AN EPISTEMOLOGICAL BASIS OF QUALITATIVE METHODS
- Mansilla Sepulveda, Juan G. - Huaiquian Billeke, Claudia A. - Vasquez Burgos, Karina R. - Nogales-Bocio, Antonia, I
- Datos de publicación:
- REVISTA NOTAS HISTORICAS Y GEOGRAFICAS,Vol.,1-25,2020
- Edmund Husserl - Phenomenology - World of life - qualitative scientific methods -
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- The present work has mainly studied the philosophy called Phenomenology, specifically the work of the Moravian-Jewish philosopher Edmund Husserl and proposes relationships with qualitative research methodologies, emphasizing reflections on the Lebenswelt or world of life, in order to re-signify comprehensively the possibilities and limits of this epistemological tradition, as the main foundation of the current qualitative human sciences that study subjectivities and intersubjectivities. Therefore, it underlines a criticism of the current logics and ways to build scientific knowledge in the academy from positivist and pragmatic planes whose main telos is identified with instrumental reason, whose consequence is the forgetting of the world of life and reduces the fundamental to accidental.