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The philosophy of Husserl

Author: Burt C Hopkins
Publisher: Montreal ; Ithaca [NY] : McGill-Queen's University Press, ©2010.
Series: Continental European philosophy.
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As the founding father of phenomenology, Edmund Husserl has been hugely influential in the development of contemporary continental philosophy. In The Philosophy of Husserl, Burt Hopkins shows that  Read more...

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Named Person: Edmund Husserl; Edmund Husserl; Edmund Husserl
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Burt C Hopkins
ISBN: 9780773538221 0773538224 9780773538238 0773538232
OCLC Number: 667805574
Description: xii, 290 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Prolegomenon : Husserl's turn to history and pure phenomenology --
[pt.] I. Plato's and Aristotle's theory of eidē. Plato's Socratic theory of eidē : the first pillar of the ancient precedent to pure phenomenology --
Plato's arithmological theory of eidē : the second pillar of the ancient precedent to pure phenomenology --
Aristotle's criticism of Plato's theory of eidē : the third (and final) pillar of the ancient precedent to pure phenomenology --
[pt.] II. From descriptive psychology to transcendentally pure phenomenology. Origin of the task of pure phenomenology --
Pure phenomenology and Platonism --
Pure phenomenology as the transcendental-phenomenological investigation of absolute consciousness --
Transcendental phenomenology of absolute consciousness and phenomenological philosophy --
Limits of the transcendental-phenomenological investigation of pure consciousness --
[pt.] III. From the phenomenology of transcendental consciousness to that of monadological intersubjectivity. Phenomenological philosophy as transcendental idealism --
The intersubjective foundation of transcendental idealism : the immanent transcendency of the world's objectivity --
[pt.] IV. From monadological intersubjectivity to the historical a priori constitutive of all meaning. The pure phenomenological motivation of Husserl's turn to history --
The essential connection between intentional history and actual history --
The historicity of both the intelligibility of ideal meanings and the possibility of actual history --
Desedimentation and the link between intentional history and the constitution of a historical tradition --
Transcendental phenomenology as the only true explanation of objectivity and all meaningful problems in previous philosophy --
[pt.] V. The unwarranted historical presuppositions guiding the fundamental ontological and deconstructive criticisms of transcendental philosophy. The methodological presupposition of the ontico-ontological critique of intentionality : Plato's Socratic seeing of the eidē --
The mereological presupposition of fundamental ontology : that being as a whole has meaning overall --
The presupposition behind the proto-deconstructive critique of intentional historicity : the conflation of intrasubjective and intersubjective idealities --
The presupposition behind the deconstruction of phenomenology : the subordination of being to speech --
Epilogue : transcendental-phenomenological criticism of the criticism of phenomenological cognition --
Coda : phenomenological self-responsibility and the singularity of transcendental philosophy.
Series Title: Continental European philosophy.
Responsibility: Burt C. Hopkins.

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"A significant contribution to our understanding of Husserl, one that offers an original and challenging approach. A ground-breaking and important book." Dermot Moran, University College Dublin

 
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