Daniel Neumann on women in early phenomenology at the Fipsi Podcast

Women in early phenomenology are the topic of the latest edition of the podcast “Fipsi” (“Der Philosophisch-Psychologische Podcast”) of the “AG Philosophie & Psychologie”, hosted by Alexander Wendt and Hannes Wendler. Daniel Neumann reads three short texts by Edith Stein, Gerda Walther and Hedwig Conrad-Martius, presenting their notions of being, objectivity and sociality. The ensuing discussion concerns the (unfortunate) schism between a realist and an idealist version of phenomenology, the usefulness of a historical approach to phenomenological discourse and its relevance for the present.

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