Pathways in Phenomenology

Editor: Elizabeth A. Behnke

For more information, see www.ipp-net.org or contact Elizabeth A. Behnke, Study Project in Phenomenology of the Body, P.O. Box 66, Ferndale WA 98248, USA,
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Editorial Board: Edward S. Casey, Ion Copoeru, Natalie Depraz, Mădălina Diaconu, Lester Embree, Eugene T. Gendlin, Klaus Held, Nam-In Lee, Filip Mattens, Jitendra Nath Mohanty, Dermot Moran, Rosemary Rizo-Patrón, Rochus Sowa, Bernhard Waldenfels, Antonio Zirión.


About Pathways in Phenomenology

Pathways in Phenomenology (PIPH) focuses on works that bring newcomers into the phenomenological tradition; works on phenomenological method and methodology (including works for beginners as well as works for specialists); works presenting the results of original phenomenological investigations; and from time to time, other unusual but worthy works that may not fit easily into other book series in phenomenology, but are relevant to phenomenological practice in any of its multifarious forms. Our aim is to foster a view of phenomenology as method rather than as received dogma and to provide a forum for diverse voices in a spirit of methodological pluralism. Authors employing phenomenological method in any of its forms to carry out original phenomenological investigations on any theme are especially encouraged to submit proposals to piph@zetabooks.com.

PIPH is a peer-reviewed, English-language series published in both e-book and print format in collaboration with the Initiative in Phenomenological Practice (IPP), whose mission is to foster original phenomenological investigation using a variety of phenomenological methods (including work carried out in many different disciplines).