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[Xmca-l] Re: Noumenal and Phenomenal

Well as I see it, hermeneutic phenomenology set out precisely to escape from the Kantian (and Husserlian) distinction between the ‘world of experience’ and ‘the real world.’ It insisted that we live *in* the world, and are *of* the world. In my view, Vygotsky was attempting something similar.

What “a prior property” are you referring to, James?


> On Jun 21, 2016, at 6:27 AM, Ma, James (james.ma@canterbury.ac.uk) <james.ma@canterbury.ac.uk> wrote:
> The reason I brought up the Kantian distinction was somehow connected to existentialism which has a direct bearing on hermeneutic phenomenology (the a priori property of which has long been my interest). I've often had something phenomenological at the back of my mind whenever my thoughts are on Vygotsky's "non-classical" psychology - I wondered what your thoughts on the relevance of phenomenology for CHAT might be, if any?