Linguistic Phenomenology

Discipline: Philosophy

Name sometimes used for the detailed and careful analysis of ordinary language undertaken by linguistic philosophy.

Though not unconnected with ordinary phenomenology - especially in the work of English philosopher Gilbert Ryle (1900-1976) - it was an empirical rather than an a priori study, and did not involve 'bracketing' the world.

Source:
G Ryle, Collected Papers, 1 (1971)

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