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Phenomenology may refer to:
- Phenomenology (architecture), based on the experience of building materials and their sensory properties
- Phenomenology (archaeology), based upon understanding cultural landscapes from a sensory perspective
- Phenomenology (particle physics), a branch of particle physics that deals with the application of theory to high-energy experiments
- Phenomenology (philosophy), a philosophical method and school of philosophy founded by Edmund Husserl (1859 – 1938)
- Existential phenomenology, in the work of Husserl's student Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) and his followers
- Phenomenology of Perception, the magnum opus of French phenomenological philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty
- Phenomenology of religion, concerning the experiential aspect of religion in terms consistent with the orientation of the worshippers
- The Phenomenology of Spirit, a book by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
- Phenomenology (psychology), used in psychology to refer to subjective experiences or their study
- Phenomenology (science), used in science to describe a body of knowledge that relates empirical observations of phenomena to each other
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