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Language and the Phenomenological Reductions of Edmund Husserl

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It was while reading HusserI's Cartesian Meditations that the subject of the present volume first occurred to me. And in a way I a... Lire la suite
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It was while reading HusserI's Cartesian Meditations that the subject of the present volume first occurred to me. And in a way I am offering a somewhat oblique commentary on HusserI's Meditations - "oblique" because it is not a systematic elucidation of the entire text. Nonetheless, it is primarily with the task of the Meditations that I am concerned. It is there that the antipathy between natural ~anguage and HusserI's quest for certainty come clearIy into focus. (Other texts are cited insofar as they shed light on this central work or illustrate the fact that HusserI did not significantly alter his position on the problem. ) My purpose here is to further sharpen that focus, showing that the consciousness within the phenomenological reductions is essentially language using. Working with the Wittgensteinian insight regarding "pri vate languages," I attempt to show that a language-using con sciousness cannot effectively divorce itself from its social context and is unable, therefore, to perform the radical phenomenological reductions. Solipsism, then, is never a genuine problem, but nei ther is the elimination of all existential commitments a genuine possibility. Finally, I conclude that language-use bridges the distinction between essence and existence, the transcendental and the transcendent, the ideal and the real-making the phenomeno logical method incapable of providing the apodictic foundations on which all metaphysics and science will be rebuilt.

Contenu
I. Introduction.- Presuppositions.- Cogito.- The Reductions.- The Phenomenological Reduction.- The Transcendental Reduction.- The Eidetic Reduction.- Problem of Language.- II. Language and the Phenomenological Reduction.- Reduction of Transcendencies.- Privacy.- Private Languages.- Consistency.- Language of the Reduction.- An Unambiguous Language.- Conclusion.- III. Language and the Transcendental Reduction.- Transcendental Ego.- Intentionality and Constitution.- Derivation of a Complete Theory of Constitution.- Early Hylomorphism.- Temporality in Constitution.- Genetic Constitution.- Conclusion.- IV. Language and the Eidetic Reduction.- Lebenswelt.- Essences and Possibility.- Facts and Meanings.- Meanings and Essences.- Essences in Language.- Conclusion.- V. A Linguistic Alternative.- Early Alternatives.- Jean-Paul Sartre: Ontology.- Maurice Merleau-Ponty: Bodily Cogito.- Linguistic Alternative.- Essence and Existence.- The Transcendental and the Transcendent.- The Ideal and the Real.- Evidence and Certainty.- Conclusion.- VI. Conclusion.- The Phenomenological Reduction.- The Transcendental Reduction.- The Eidetic Reduction.- Conclusion.

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Titre: Language and the Phenomenological Reductions of Edmund Husserl
Auteur:
EAN: 9789024718238
ISBN: 9024718236
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Springer Netherlands
Nombre de pages: 116
Poids: 188g
Taille: H233mm x B155mm x T6mm
Année: 1976
Sous-titre : Englisch
Edition: 1976

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