chapter  9
Post-Intentional Phenomenology in Practice
Pages 9

We begin with Dr. Joseph Pate’s (2012) text, which as he writes, “leveraged Post-Intentional Phenomenology (Vagle 2010) to trouble, open up, and complexify understanding of the lived leisure experience (Parry and Johnson 2006) of connection with and through music listening” (p. 1). Pate opens his text with a prelude in which he not only invites the reader to the text and to the phenomenon, but also helps the reader begin to understand the importance of creating a collection of music.