Clarifications With Respect to Psychology and Phenomenology
Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Kendler’s (May–June 2005) article is important and complicated. I discuss it from three perspectives: the issue of subjectivity in phenomenology that he raised, the relevance of American phenomenological psychology to the topic to which Kendler oddly made no reference, and the promotion of and reservations about the “naturalization” of phenomenology in relation to psychology.
Cloonan, Thomas F., "Clarifications With Respect to Psychology and Phenomenology" (2006). Psychology Faculty Publications. Paper 41.