international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
The phenomenology of Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger and Alfred Schütz
José Luis Corona Lisboa, Miguel Ángel Kovac Ramón, Marizé Damaris Mijares Hernández, Rigo José Grimaldos Olmos
The epistemology is how it originates and gets human knowledge, about the search for truth and understanding of reality, based on the relation object-subject studies. The objective of this test was to analyze the Perspective Epistemological Phenomenological, as well as its importance and applicability in scientific research, from the philosophical, ontological and epistemological view, in the view of Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger and Schütz Alfred, using a qualitative approach to documentary-bibliographic type, by using the hermeneutical method for interpreting the theoretical meanings. It isconcluded that the phenomenological perspective, based his study on real objects and ideals and favors the subjectivity of the individual under study, through reflection and lived in everyday life experiences.