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Intersubjective Temporality

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(YET ANOTHER INTRODUCTION IN PHENOMENOLOGY) In both his published and unpublished works, Edmund Husserl, the "father of phenomenol... Lire la suite
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(YET ANOTHER INTRODUCTION IN PHENOMENOLOGY) In both his published and unpublished works, Edmund Husserl, the "father of phenomenology, struggles repeatedly with the relation of the individual subject and intersubjectivity. Since his phenomenology is based upon the temporalizing foundations of the subject, though, he is often accused of solipsism, and his efforts at integrating the subject with an intersubjective existence are registered as falling short of their goal. Important philosophers who use phenomenology as their basis, such as Martin Heidegger and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, furthermore, while implicitly criticizing his limitations, assume the existence of intersubjective foundations without 2 taking up the existence and formation of these foundations themselves. This book addresses the above problematic at several levels: First, it is a careful analysis of Husserl's understanding of inner time-consciousness. I take up each aspect of temporalizing consciousness (i. e. , Urimpression, retention, and protention), explaining it in light of Husserl's phenomenology and showing how it functions in the whole of the "living present, i. e. , our active, constituting consciousness. These sections of the book are helpful both to the uninitiated student trying to enter the world of Husserl's "inner ti- consciousness" and to the experienced Husserl scholar who desires a closer look at Husserl's theory of temporalizing consciousness. Second, as my analyses take us to Husserl's recently published manuscripts, I provide an explanation of Husserl's later considerations of temporalizing consciousness, showing how he developed his earliest conceptions.

Thorough analysis of Husserl's understanding of inner time-consciousness

Examination of Husserl's later Bernau and "C" manuscripts

Development of neglected Husserlian concepts, such as "near" and "far" retention, and "world-time"

Offers phenomenological grounds for an understanding of intersubjectivity

Table of Figures.- Acknowledgements.- Introduction.- Subject, Object, Intersubjectivity.- Temporality.- Clarification of the Argument.- The Present.- Introduction.- Understanding The Present.- Urimpression vs. Living Present.- Husserl's Earliest Works on Temporality (1893-1908).- The Introduction of Absolute consciousness (1906-1909).- Later Developments of the Urimpression and Living Present.- The Appresentation of Perceived Objects.- World-Time: A New Temporal Synthesis.- Conclusion.- Retention.- Introduction.- Husserl's Development of Retention.- The Fundamental Qualities of Retention.- Other Types of 'Memory': What Lies 'Between' Retention and Recollection?.- 'Near' and 'Far' Retention.- Retention and Association.- The Structure of Retention in Husserl's manuscripts.- Intersubjective Constitution in Retention.- A Consideration of Passive Genesis.- Genetic Intersubjective Connection.- Conclusion.- Protention.- Introduction.- Husserl's Development of Protention.- Early Development of Protention.- A Radical Analysis of Protention in the Bernau Manuscripts (Husserliana xxxiii).- Protention and Intention in the Bernau manuscripts (Husserliana xxxiii).- Protention, Affectivity, and Objectivity.- Protention as Link to Intersubjective Temporality.- Considering 'Far Protention' and Intersubjectivity.- Further Considerations.- Conclusion.- Intersubjective Temporality.- Introduction.- Intersubjective Temporality.- A Review of the Argument.- Reconsidering Phenomenological Questions.- Defining intersubjective Temporality.- Conclusion.- Bibliography.- Index of names.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Intersubjective Temporality
Code EAN: 9781402042133
ISBN: 1402042132
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Springer Netherlands
nombre de pages: 200
Poids: 471g
Taille: H241mm x B160mm x T17mm
Année: 2006
Auflage: 2006

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