The Turning Points of the New Phenomenological Era

The Turning Points of the New Phenomenological Era : Husserl Research - Drawing upon the Full Extent of His Development Book 1 Phenomenology in the World Fifty Years after the Death of Edmund Husserl

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orbit and far beyond it. Indeed, the immense, painstaking, indefatigable and ever-improving effort of Husserl to find ever-deeper and more reliable foundations for the philosophical enterprise (as well as his constant critical re-thinking and perfecting of the approach and so- called "method" in order to perform this task and thus cover in this source-excavation an ever more far-reaching groundwork) stands out and maintains itself as an inepuisable reservoir for philosophical reflec- tion in which all the above-mentioned work has either its core or its source. In fact, in his undertaking to re-think the entire philosophical enterprise as such and to recreate philosophy upon what he sought to be at least a satisfactorily legitimated basis, Husserl, through his already systematised and "authorized" work, and his courses, and later on in his spontaneous reflection (which did not find its way into a definitive corpus but was nevertheless sufficiently coherent with his previously established body of thought to be considered a continuation of it), uncovers perspectives upon the universe of man and projects their new philosophical thematisation that brings together all the attempts by philosophers (e. g. , Merleau-Ponty, who drew upon this material and found there his own inspiration) who succeeded him with foundational intentions; it also gives a core of philosophical ideas and insights for the youngergenerationofphilosophers today.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 557 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 37.85mm | 2,250g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1991 ed.
  • XXXIX, 557 p.
  • 0792311345
  • 9780792311348

Table of contents

Inaugural Studies the Turning Points of the New Phenomenological Era.- Life, the Critique of Reason, Embodied Subjectivity, the Human Being, the Societal World, Nature, the Creative Experience.- Phenomenology of Life and the New Critique of Reason: From Husserl's Philosophy to the Phenomenology of Life and of the Human Condition.- The Construction of Subjectivity.- Husserl and the Anthropological Vocation of Phenomenology.- Was ist und was leistet eine phanomenologische Theorie der sozialen Welt? Anmerkungen zur Sozialtheorie von Hegel und Husserl.- Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka's Phenomenology of Creative Experience and the Critique ofReason.- Nature and the "Primal Horizon".- One Husserl Research: Foundational Questions of Husserl's Thought Revisited.- La Science des phenomenes et la critique de la decision phenomenologique.- Variation.- The Phenomenology of Edmund Husserl and the Natural Sciences - Juxtaposition or Cooperation?.- Husserl und die Vorstruktur des Bewusstseins - Eine rekonstruktive UEberlegung von dem strukturalen Gesichtspunkt.- The Organizing Principle of the Cognitive Process or the Mode of Existence: Husserl's and Ingarden's Concepts of Attitude.- The Archeology of Modalization in Husserl: From Analogies to Passive Synthesis.- In Continuity: A Reflection on the Passive Synthesis of Sameness.- Phenomenology as a Methodological Research Program.- Psychologism and Description in Husserl's Phenomenology.- Two The Constitution of Meaning and Objectivity.- Some Puzzles on Essence.- Method and Ontology: Reflections on Edmund Husserl.- The Meaning of Thought's Nearness to Meaning in Husserlian Phenomenology.- Foundedness and Motivation.- The Ontological Pre-conditions of Understanding and the Formation of Meaning.- Philosophy as a Sign-Producing Activity: The Metastable Gestalt of Intentionality.- Perceptual Consciousness, Materiality, and Idealism.- A Naturalistic and Evolutionary Account of Content.- Three Reason and Rationality.- Husserl vs. Dilthey - A Controversy over the Concept of Reason.- Husserl's Critique of Reason.- Is There a Dichotomy in Husserl's Thought?.- Phenomenology and Teleology: Husserl and Fichte.- La Phenomenologie refuse l'abstraction et la formalization.- The Foundationalist Conflict in Husserl's Rationalism.- Four Intuition, Phenomenological Reduction, and Certainty.- Die Selbstintentionalitat der Welt.- L'"Exigence d'une phenomenologie asubjective" et la noematique.- Notes on Husserl and Kant.- Husserl and the Heritage of Transcendental Philosophy.- On Contradiction.- The Meaning of `Radical Foundation' in Husserl: The Outline of an Interpretation.- What Is a Phenomenon? The Concept of Phenomenon in Husserl's Phenomenology.- The Debate between Husserl and Voigt Concerning the Logic of Content and Extensional Logic.- Index of Names.
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