What is Cosmophenomenology?

An approach that extends the traditional phenomenology of Edmund Husserl to include the relation between human beings and reality as a whole (nature) from the point of view of the universe, rather than simply human-to-human relations. The book integrates phenomenology with speculative theoretical physics.

Why Use Cosmophenomenology?

The approach is non-speciesist and non-anthropocentric and supports sustainable ecological practices.

Is Cosmophenomenology Interdisciplinary?

Yes, the approach can be integrated alongside speculative theoretical physics and non-classical quantum physics.