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Phenomenology explained: from experience to insight , written by David Detmer (2013)

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1. Broomé R."Book Review: Käufer, S. & Chemero, A. (2015). Phenomenology: an introduction. Polity" Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 2016Vol 47 1 93 101
2. Detmer D. Phenomenology explained: from experience to insight 2013 Open Court
3. Gallagher S. Phenomenology 2012 Palgrave McMillan
4. Käufer S., Chemero A. Phenomenology: an introduction 2015 Polity
5. Wertz F."Book Review: Gallagher, S. (2012). Phenomenology" Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 2014Vol 45 1 Palgrave McMillan 96 103

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