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date: 20 March 2019

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Phenomenology has not only highlighted the importance of historicity, it also has its own complex history. Phenomenology was not only formed and developed in reaction to and under inspiration from various preceding and competing philosophical traditions, the principal figures of the tradition also kept developing and refining their own views over the years. The aim of the present handbook is to analyze historical influences, connections, and developments, thereby contributing to our comprehension and assessment of both the unity and diversity of the phenomenological tradition. How did it start? How did it develop? Where is it heading? Does it have a future?

Keywords: phenomenology, philosophy, history, tradition, unity

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