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The Concept of Space in Husserl’s Phenomenology

Num°11 SPACE
Husserl

The essay analyzes Husserl’s phenomenological theory of space. The author begins by delimiting its semantic and philosophical field of belonging as defined by the link between the phenomenological notion of intentionality and the relation between immanence and transcendence. Leggi tutto »

 
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Hyperbolic Epoché: A Spatialization of the Transcendental

Num°11 SPACE
Richir

Following up on Husserl’s analyses of space constitution, this article aims at pointing out the aporias of localization. Leggi tutto »

 
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Ontology and Reduction

Num°08 REALITY
Zeitkonstitution

Traditionally, Husserlian phenomenology is thought to bring the question of reality and being back to the question of reduction, and thereby to the status of objectivity. In other words, reality is an attribute of pure objectivity constituted in the immanence of consciousness. For this reason, Husserl has often been accused of idealism. Nonetheless, we have to go deeper into the relation between consciousness and being, subjectivity and reality, in order to understand its authentic sense. We will discover that if reduction is the condition of possibility of reality, it is not, however, its active creation. Rather, it brings to light the genetic and temporal fold of constitution, wherein passivity and activity always intertwine. Stating that there cannot be any ontology without reduction ultimately means that being cannot be thought without temporality.

 

Reality between essence and experience

Num°08 REALITY
husserl

Ever since the invitation, in the Logical Investigations, to “return to the things themselves,” the intention of the “new science” or phenomenology is clearly to establish, against all forms of subjectivism, that the thing is a phenomenon for consciousness. This appearance, however, does not imply that reality is to be understood as a mere matter of consciousness. Thing and consciousness rather meet as two distinct and irreducible identities. Each receives its sense by meeting the other within a horizon that is exactly between two different poles, which are independent but essentially correlated. The constitutive correlation – the intentional meeting between the two entities – allows for the formulation of a new concept of reality. Reality is the result of this intentional meeting: a consciousness perceives and experiences an essence in its identity. This essence “gives itself” directly to a consciousness that “responds to its references” and considers the self-giving of the thing.

 
 
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