The Phenomenology of the Social World
In this book, his major work, Alfred Schutz attempts to provide a sound philosophical basis for the sociological theories of Max Weber. Using a Husserlian phenomenology, Schutz provides a complete and original analysis of human action and its "intended meaning."
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Researching Lived Experience: Human Science for an Action Sensitive Pedagogy
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