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Husserl Phenomenology



Introduction

Theauthor'sstatementofthisbookisdividedintothreemainparts,whichcombinesystematicandchronologicalperspectivestoalargeextent.ThisstatementprobablyfollowedthedevelopmentorderofHusserl'sthought,startingfromtheearlyanalysisoflogicandintentionality,throughthetranscendentalphilosophicalanalysisofreductionandcompositioninitsmatureperiod,tothelateranalysisofintersubjectivityandtheworldoflife.

ThefirstpartfocusesonHusserl'searlytheoryofintentionality.

ThesecondpartexplainsthemainelementsinHusserl'stranscendentalphilosophy.

ThelastandlongestpartturnstosomeHusserl'smorespecificphenomenologicalanalysis.

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Thisbookisoneofthe"CenturyLibrary"series,whichprovidesapossiblechannelforreaderstoenterHusserl'shugethinkinghorizon.Aphilosophicalreader,evenifheisunpreparedforHusserl'sphenomenology,shouldbeabletousethisbooktoobtainapreliminaryunderstandingofHusserl’sthoughtandapreliminaryunderstandingofthebasicproblemsofphenomenologyidentifiedbysomecentralconcepts.know.

TableofContents

Introduction

ChapterOneEarlyHusserl:Logic,EpistemologyandIntentionality

ThefirstsectionHusserlCriticismofPsychology

Section2IntentionalConcepts

Section3Activities,Meanings,Objects

Section4IntentionalandIntuitiveGivenness

Section5Proof

Section6CategoricalObjectsandEssentialIntuition

Section7PhenomenologyandMetaphysics

ChapterTwoHusserl’sTranscendentalPhilosophicalTurn:Suspended,Restored,andTranscendentalIdealismMethodsandOntologicalMethods

SomemisunderstandingsinSection3

Section4Husserl'sTranscendentalIdealism

ConceptsconstitutedinSection5

LateHusserlinChapterThree:Time,Body,SubjectivityandLifeWorld

Timeinthefirstquarter

1.TheoriginalimpressionremainsandthepreviousPhoto

2.Absoluteconsciousness

3.Horizonandpresence

Secondsectionofthebody

1.Bodyandperspective

Second,thebodyasthesubjectandthebodyastheobject

SectionIIIIntersubjectivity

1.Solipsism

2,TranscendentalIntersubjectivity

3.ExperienceoftheOther

Four.ConstitutiveIntersubjectivity

5.Subjectivity——IntersubjectivitySex

SectionIVLifeWorld

1.LifeWorldandScienceCrisis

2.NormalityandTradition

Conclusion

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Index

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