Patterns in Applied Phenomenology

Editor: Elizabeth A. Behnke

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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 Patterns in Applied Phenomenology

Patterns in Applied Phenomenology (PAPH) is devoted to works in which phenomenological methods, concepts, and research results are used to address concrete practical problems or phenomenological insights are used to develop what might be termed phenomenologically-informed practices. We would be especially interested in manuscripts documenting how the phenomenological tradition can serve as a resource in peacemaking and related endeavors, but authors applying phenomenology in practical projects of all sorts are invited to submit proposals to paph@zetabooks.com.

PAPH is a peer-reviewed, English-language series published in both e-book and print-on-demand 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).