Excellent site, keep up the good work
Comment by Bill Bartmann | September 4, 2009 |
Knut, there is much so much good info
on your site, plus photo illustrations; I feel
like a boy with a raging sweet tooth in a
candy store. And, I’ve plenty of cash to
buy everything I want. Decisions, decisions
I just came across your blog and wanted to drop you a note telling you how impressed I was with the information you have posted here. I also have a web site & blog about advertising so I know I’m talking about when I say your site is top-notch! Keep up the great work, you are providing a great resource on the Internet here!
Maggy from: http://www.soloadsonly.com
Very interesting website, Knut. We share an interest in phenomenology and gestalt psychology. I just discovered your blog, while pursuing issues pertaining to Herbert Spiegelberg. Excellent photographs – and apart from your art, you are a fine teacher.
I’m a physician – have written on phenomenology and medicine for decades, was fortunate to meet my own teacher and now friend and collaborator Oz Wiggens at the New School in New York in the early 1970’s – through Oz I met Maurice Natanson, Ed Casey, etc – and also he opened doors to Spiegelberg, Gurwitsch, Straus and many, many others… Today, Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine (PEHM) http://www.peh-med.com is a “pluralogue” – an experiment – I am working nowadays on two other projects – one in global telemedicine (So we at PEHM are a “supporting partner” for “Health Information for all 2015 http://www.HIFA2015.org) and also the globalization of a “Decade of the Mind” 2010-2020. As these move forward, or not…. Well I certainly need a muse for communication. “Barebonescommunication” … Yes!
Best to you, Michael Schwartz.
My name is Mary Edwards and I’m a doctoral student at the University of Florida studying educational technology. My cohort of doctoral students is creating resources pages using google groups and I’m designing a page about phenomenology and the phenomenological approach to research.
I really like your venn representation of phenomenology and request permission to add it to my page (image attached as a bitmap for your reference). Our google group site is limited to Ed Tech doc students and requires an administratively distributed password.
Thanks for your consideration.
Mary Edwards, MLIS
Distance Learning Librarian and Liaison
Health Science Center Libraries
University of Florida