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Husserl

Edmund . 1859--1938, German philosopher; founder of phenomenology
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En un texto de noviembre de 1931 (3) Husserl aborda la tematica del sacrificio en relacion con el conflicto etico al que da lugar la eleccion entre valores absolutos.
Como adelantamos, en los textos elaborados a partir de la decada de 1920, (5) Husserl comienza a tomar distancia de su primera formulacion del imperativo categorico, tal como habia sido presentada en las lecciones de Gottingen (1908-1914).
In this light, Patocka's interpretation seeks an asubjective phenomenology that eschews the residual Cartesianism in Husserl's phenomenological method.
Noteworthy in its own right is chapter 7, entitled "Analysis of Internal Time Consciousness," for its lucid exposition of Husserl's notions of retention, the now moment, and pretention, as well as for the argument about the derivative nature of objective time.
En este marco presenta Husserl por primera vez la reduccion fenomenologica y la idea de constitucion de los objetos en la conciencia.
Patocka ranges over the whole of Husserl's output, from 'The Philosophy of Arithmetic' to 'The Crisis of the European Sciences', and traces the evolution of all the central issues of Husserlian phenomenology including: intentionality, categorial intuition, temporality, the subject-body; the concrete a priori, and transcendental subjectivity.
First, I will briefly outline the problem whether traditions, beliefs or prejudices color claims derived from perceptions and then review what Husserl argues about the reduction that a phenomenologist must undertake in order for an inquiry to be phenomenological.