Munich Phenomenology

“Munich phenomenology” (also Munich phenomenological school) refers to the philosophical orientation of a group of philosophers and psychologists that studied and worked in Munich at the turn of the twentieth century. Their views are grouped under the names realist (also realistic) phenomenology or phenomenology of essences. Munich Phenomenology represents one branch of what is referred to as the early phenomenology.

The Masters

The Main Members

Other Members

Noted Scholars