Definition of Lifeworld

1. Noun. (philosophy) The world "as lived" prior to reflective representation or analysis. ¹



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Definition of Lifeworld

1. [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Lifeworld

lifestylers
lifestyles
lifetap
lifetime
lifetime-job
lifetime job
lifetime jobs
lifetimes
lifevest
lifevests
lifeward
lifeway
lifeways
lifework
lifeworks
lifeworld (current term)
lifeworlds
lifeworthy
lifie
lifies
liflode
liflodes
lift
lift-to-drag ratio
lift a finger
lift bridge
lift off
lift out
lift pump
lift scheme

Literary usage of Lifeworld

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Legitimacy of International Organizations by Jean-Marc Coicaud (2001)
"The Theory of Communicative Action: lifeworld and System: A Critique of Functionalist Reason (trans. McCarthy. Tl. Boston: Beacon Press. 32. See. generally. ..."

2. Eternally Yours: Time in Design by Ed van Hinte (2004)
"Their primary ambition was always to analyse the role of technology in the lifeworld. But now the time seems ripe to take a step forward and consider the ..."

3. Voices of Perfectionism: Perfectionistic Gifted Adolescents in a Rural by Patricia A. Schuler (2000)
"... on the psychosocial development of gifted students has not been adequately researched. In a phenomenological investigation they examined the lifeworld ..."

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