psychological studies of children’s gender beliefs than by analyzing one’s own
normatively limited experiences. Husserl himself, while extending his analyses
of intersubjectivity, eventually had to broaden the purely self-reflective study of
consciousness. He had to enter fields that have traditionally been reserved for
psychopathology, sociology, anthropology, and ethnology.24 Heidegger and his
poststructuralist followers, including Foucault, have particularly emphasized the
study of history.
Although it might seem that we have now thrown the baby