Definition of phenomenologically in English:

phenomenologically

adverb

Philosophy
  • See phenomenological

    • ‘Internal goings on would not on their own constitute a mental life, for they would, phenomenologically, not look out to external space.’
    • ‘In some sense, ordinary visual experience comes phenomenologically interpreted.’
    • ‘Her sense of self is phenomenologically bound up with the humanity of the other.’
    • ‘Various farmers and scientific gentlemen gradually recognized the existence of a phenomenologically new and problematic insect.’
    • ‘With calculations that draw upon readily interpretable yet sophisticated models, he provides phenomenologically based guidance to his collaborators.’

Pronunciation

phenomenologically

/fəˌnɒmənəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)li/