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Trained in the classical phenomenological tradition, I try, in my research, to apply phenomenological methods to various aspects of the human experience.

Karl Jaspers

Stated generally, beginning with the works of Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), phenomenology is an eclectic philosophical approach that tries to examine common and even necessary structures of human experience.

Born in 1883, Karl Jaspers was, during his lifetime, a leading psychiatrist, existentialist philosopher, and political commentator. Though still insightful, his works are largely ignored by English-speaking readers today.

Business Ethics

A recently developed field, business ethics applies the insights of philosophical ethics to concrete circumstances in the corporate world.

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