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- n. Plural form of phenomenology.
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His phenomenologies are phenomenological ontologies: they look at the coherence of something appearing precisely as how it exists, in its being taken intransitively, as be-ing or is-ing: Levinas said helpfully once that Heidegger's contribution to philosophy is in restoring an intransitive character to being.
In any event, most "freaks" moved beyond scientific interpretations of the drug's effects to improvise their own ontologies, epistemologies, and phenomenologies of LSD. 9 These proliferated on a new, Wild-West frontier of psychic experimentation.
Here Beauvoir takes up the phenomenologies of Husserl and Hegel to provide an analysis of intersubjectivity that accepts the singularity of the existing individual without allowing that singularity to justify an epistemological solipsism, an existential isolationism, or an ethical egoism.