Applied phenomenology and the epoché

CFS Lecture by James Morley, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Ramapo College of New Jersey, USA and Dan Zahavi, CFS.

The two speakers will discuss the question of whether the application of phenomenology, in particular, the practice of phenomenological psychology requires the use of the phenomenological epoché. The question is central to any discussion of phenomenological methodology. After each presenting their respective (and opposing) views, the floor will be open for a general debate.

The lecture is free and open to all. Welcome!