Renee the autodidact (self-taught) is distressed. Phenomenology is beyond her reach, sending her to the library.
Edmund Husserl writes Cartesian Meditations: Introduction of Phenomenology.
Kant's fundamental idea in philosophy is human autonomy. He believes that the highest good is achieved when the individual believes in God and the immortal soul.
Descartes' Meditations hold that inquiry followed by discovery is necessary for knowledge. He known for saying. "I think, therefore I am; or I am thinking, therefore I exist or I do think, therefore I do exist)."
I'm an expert amateur or maybe an amateur expert.