The Phenomenology of Henry James

The Phenomenology of Henry James

The Phenomenology of Henry James

The Phenomenology of Henry James

Synopsis

Armstrong suggests that James's perspective is essentially phenomenological--that his understanding of the process of knowing, the art of fiction, and experience as a whole coincides in important ways with the ideas of the leading phenomenologists. He examines the connections between phenomenology's theory of consciousness and existentialism's analyses of the lived world in relation to James's fascination with consciousness and what is commonly called his
Originally published in 1983.
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