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Vierkandt was at first influenced by the phenomenology of the Austro-German
thinker Edmund Husserl (1859–1938) and then came to believe that the theory of
instincts propounded by the U.S. psychologist William McDougall (1871– 1938) ...
He conceived Religionswissenschaft (Science of Religion) as a comparative,
phenomenological, and psychological approach to religion, including
hermeneutics (science or art of interpretation), the study of religious experience,
and the ...
Husserl's phenomenological method 14:212c Weser River 19:759, major stream
of West Germany, formed at Münden in Hessen Land (state) through the union of
the Fulda and Werra rivers. It flows generally northward for 273 mi (440 km) to ...
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