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A husserlian critique of the natural attitude's prejudicial effects

Michael Salter Kim McGuire

pp. 141-235


This chapter develops a number of the constructive sides of our disclosure of the tensions, difficulties, and outright contradictions of an objectivist approach to hate crime. These constructive outcomes emerge from our close analysis of the implications of these tensions, difficulties, and contradictions in terms of refining and further legitimating a distinctly Husserlian alternative approach to hate crime-related research. In particular, reflection upon the implications of the extended critique of chapter " The Natural Attitude's Objectivism as a Type of Closure" generates a series of questions and issues rich in detailed ramifications for a Husserlian alternative model and methodology.

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Salter Michael, McGuire Kim (2020) The lived experience of hate crime: towards a phenomenological approach. Dordrecht, Springer.

Pages: 141-235

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-33888-6_5

Full citation:

Salter Michael, McGuire Kim (2020) A husserlian critique of the natural attitude's prejudicial effects, In: The lived experience of hate crime, Dordrecht, Springer, 141–235.