On the why-what phenomenon: A phenomenological explication of the art of asking questions [Book Review]

Human Studies 15 (1):35 - 46 (1992)
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Abstract

In the psychology of teaching, teaching of knowledge is one of the central themes. The psychology of teaching itself is also knowledge, so that the psychology of teaching and the teaching of psychology mutually include each other. Here, I would like to consider a phenomenon in the art of questioning in teaching a literary work of art and would like to show its relevance to the psychology of teaching in general.

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