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phenomenology

Pronunciation: fe-nom'e-nol'o-je

Definition:

  1. The systematic description and classification of phenomena without attempt at explanation or interpretation.
  2. The study of human experiences, irrespective of objective-subjective distinctions.

[phenomenon, + G. logos, study]

See Also: existential psychology

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