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  1. Phenomenological explanation: towards a methodological integration in phenomenological psychopathology.Michela Summa - forthcoming - Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences:1-23.
    Whether, and in what sense, research in phenomenology and phenomenological psychopathology has—in addition to its descriptive and hermeneutic value—explanatory power is somewhat controversial. This paper shows why it is legitimate to recognize such explanatory power. To this end, the paper analyzes two central concerns underlying the debate about explanation in phenomenology: the warning against reductionism, which is implicit in a conception of causal explanation exclusively based on models of natural/physical causation; and the warning against top-down generalizations, which neglect the specificity (...)
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  • Stuck in between. Phenomenology’s Explanatory Dilemma and its Role in Experimental Practice.Mark-Oliver Casper & Philipp Haueis - forthcoming - Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences:1-24.
    Questions about phenomenology’s role in non-philosophical disciplines gained renewed attention. While we claim that phenomenology makes indispensable, unique contributions to different domains of scientific practice such as concept formation, experimental design, and data collection, we also contend that when it comes to explanation, phenomenological approaches face a dilemma. Either phenomenological attempts to explain conscious phenomena do not satisfy a central constraint on explanations, i.e. the asymmetry between explanans and explanandum, or they satisfy this explanatory asymmetry only by largely merging with (...)
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  • Where organisms meet the environment.Jan Baedke & Tatjana Buklijas - forthcoming - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A.
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