[fi-nom-uh-nol-uh-jee] /fɪˌnɒm əˈnɒl ə dʒi/
the study of .
the system of Husserl and his followers stressing the description of .
the movement founded by Husserl that concentrates on the detailed description of conscious experience, without recourse to explanation, metaphysical assumptions, and traditional philosophical questions
the science of phenomena as opposed to the science of being
1797, from German Phänomenologie, used as the title of the fourth part of the “Neues Organon” of German physicist Johann Heinrich Lambert (1728-1777), coined from Greek phainomenon (see phenomenon) + -logia (see -logy). Psychological sense, especially in Gestalt theory, is from 1930. Related: Phenomenological.
[fi-nom-uh-non, -nuh n] /fɪˈnɒm əˌnɒn, -nən/ noun, plural phenomena [fi-nom-uh-nuh] /fɪˈnɒm ə nə/ (Show IPA), or especially for 3, phenomenons. 1. a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable: to study the phenomena of nature. 2. something that is impressive or extraordinary. 3. a remarkable or exceptional person; prodigy; wonder. 4. Philosophy. /fɪˈnɒmɪnən/ noun (pl) […]
[fee-nuh-saf-ruh-neen, -nin] /ˌfi nəˈsæf rəˌnin, -nɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. (def 2).
[fee-nuh-plast] /ˈfi nəˌplæst/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .
[fee-nuh-tahyp] /ˈfi nəˌtaɪp/ noun, Genetics. 1. the observable constitution of an organism. 2. the appearance of an organism resulting from the interaction of the genotype and the environment. /ˈfiːnəʊˌtaɪp/ noun 1. the physical and biochemical characteristics of an organism as determined by the interaction of its genetic constitution and the environment Compare genotype n. “observable […]