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Phenomenology

Phe`nom`e`nol´o`gy
n.1.A description, history, or explanation of phenomena.
Noun1.phenomenology - a philosophical doctrine proposed by Edmund Husserl based on the study of human experience in which considerations of objective reality are not taken into account
aesthetics, axiology, casuistry, cosmology, epistemology, ethics, first philosophy, gnosiology, logic, mental philosophy, metaphysics, moral philosophy, ontology, philosophastry, philosophic doctrine, philosophic system, philosophic theory, philosophical inquiry, philosophical speculation, philosophy, school of philosophy, school of thought, science of being, sophistry, theory of beauty, theory of knowledge, value theory
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Phenol
Phenol acid
Phenol alcohol
Phenol aldehyde
Phenol phthalein
Phenolate
phenolic
phenolic plastic
phenolic resin
phenolic urea
Phenology
Phenolphthalein
Phenomenal
Phenomenalism
phenomenally
Phenomenist
-- Phenomenology --
Phenomenon
phenoplast
Phenose
phenothiazine
phenotype
phenotypic
phenotypical
phenoxymethyl penicillin
phensuximide
phentolamine
Phenyl
Phenyl hydrate
Phenyl hydrazine
phenyl salicylate
phenylacetamide
phenylalanine
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