Tokyo Presentation: Intentionality and Narrativity in ResearchAug 21st, 2016 | By Marc Applebaum | Category: Human Science, Research
This is an expanded version of the presentation I gave at Meiji University in Tokyo on July 30, 2016, as part of a workshop Human Science and Phenomenology:Reconsidering the Approach to Experiences of Others, kindly organized by Dr. Shogo Tanaka of Tokai University and Kayoko Ueda of Kawasaki Univesity. Dr. Ueda, Dr. Masahiro Nochi of the University of Tokyo, and Dr. Susi Ferrarello of the University of San Francisco were the other forum participants. The article this presentation is based on can be found here.
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