By Edmund Husserl
The hindrance of ecu Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology, Husserl's final nice paintings, is necessary either for its content material and for the effect it has had on different philosophers. during this e-book, which remained unfinished at his demise, Husserl makes an attempt to forge a union among phenomenology and existentialism.
Husserl presents not just a background of philosophy yet a philosophy of background. As he says partially I, "The actual non secular struggles of eu humanity as such take the shape of struggles among the philosophies, that's, among the skeptical philosophies--or nonphilosophies, which continue the observe yet no longer the task--and the particular and nonetheless important philosophies. however the energy of the latter is composed within the undeniable fact that they're suffering for his or her real and real which means and therefore for the that means of a real humanity."
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61. Sartre 1943, 115-116. 62. Sartre 1943,33. 63. Sartre 1943, 115-116. Cf. Merleau-Ponty 1964,246. 64. Sartre 1943, 114, 117, Sartre 1947, 67. On the pre-reflective level consciousness is characterized by the dyad reflet-rejletant, on the reflective level by the duality reflexifreflechif. 65. Sartre 1943, 116, 141, 144, 175-177, 182, 197,245, Sartre 1948,76. Despite his emphasis on time, and despite taking the dyadic structure of pre-reflective self-awareness to constitute the origin of temporality, Sartre nevertheless conceived of the structure itself as being atemporal.
For a more detailed analysis of this aspect of Husserl's philosophy see D. ): Alterity and Facticity. New Perspectives on Husserl (Dordrect: Kluwer, 1998). 40. HuaXIV, 245. Cf. HuaXlll, 92,170, XIV, 5l. 4l. Hua I, 28, Ms. L 115 3a, Husserll985, 76. 42. Hua XI, 137, Ms. A V 5 7a, Ms. L 117 9b, Ms. C 342a. 43. E. Levinas, En decouvrant l'existence avec Husserl et Heidegger (paris: Vrin, 1949), 154. 44. HuaX, 107. 45. HuaX, 80, 83,117-118. 46. Hua IV, 58, Xlll, 386. 47. Hua IV, 147. 48. Hua XIV, 75, XV, 297,301.
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