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Title: Double Phenomenology
Author(s): GALLAGHER, Shaun
Journal: Etudes phénoménologiques - Phenomenological Studies
Volume: 1 Date: 2017
A discussion between phenomenologists and analytic philosophers of mind that took place in 1958 reveals some hidden connections between these two approaches to studying the mind. I argue that we can find two complementary phenomenological methods within this discussion – one that follows along the line of Husserl and Merleau-Ponty, the other that follows the kind of analysis of speech-acts, avowals and 'unstudied speech', proposed by Ryle and Austin.