oa Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology - Editorial



This final edition of the fifteenth volume of the comprises six papers - one from the USA, one from New Zealand, one from Canada, two from South Africa, and one from England. Sequentially, these papers shift in focus from epistemology and ontology to praxis to research within what would, somewhat disturbingly, appear to have become an increasingly formulaic Husserlian mode - and then to something entirely different: a whodunit of sorts in which what may be very broadly termed metabletic analysis overlaps with archaeological excavation and forensic investigation of the origin of certain fundamental psychoanalytic concepts.


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