The aim for this paper is to bring philosophical thinking closer to practice-based empirical work. Using Martin Heidegger’s philosophy, it offers a bridge between these two worlds, attempting to provide philosophical depth to the findings of a hermeneutic phenomenological study. This process unfolded through the appearance of three intertwined potential meaningful modes of being in the lifeworld: space as a condition for being and being for worlding the world; temporal and spatial self-being, the existence of multiple selves in time and space; and suffering and thriving as modes of being. The paper extends the dialogue and concludes with key reflections and insight for research practice.
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jul 2021|
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