"Classical, pure phenomenology aims to comprehend “those structures of experience and understanding that permit different types of beings to show themselves as what they are.” It does this by rejecting the idea that the subject, qua experiencer, is conceptually distinct from that which it experiences. (p. 74) "
I am writing about phenomenology as a method by which we can understand mental health problems, and I'm on the section of the paper where I do a quick 'here's the contemporary thought, and here's the concept I'm going to use.' - is the sentence above ok?? I've talked about how phenomenology isn't just a way of describing things accurately, but a study of the structures of experience. (Basing this all on Husserlian concepts)
Thank you in advance for your insight!! xxx