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Volume 2, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 2051-7068
  • E-ISSN: 2051-7076



Phenomenology is a popular qualitative method of enquiry, but not all phenomenology is the same. There are basic differences, and, at the same time, common threads that define an approach as phenomenological. Outgrowths of phenomenology are rooted in Edmund Husserl’s philosophy, now differentiated and widely applied in the arts, social science, psychology, somatic fields of enquiry and religious studies. Husserl’s foundational ideas return throughout this article. In Part 2, I engage connections between phenomenology, spirituality and dance. My hope is that practitioners and scholars of dance who are drawn to phenomenology will find themselves somewhere in this study.


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