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Husserl

Edmund . 1859--1938, German philosopher; founder of phenomenology
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En efecto, la primera parte del libro, titulada "Fenomenologia austriaca y alemana", trata del surgimiento de la fenomenologia en Austria y Alemania bajo la egida de Franz Brentano y Edmund Husserl.
Empieza con un desarrollo sobre la forma de entender Husserl la autoconciencia o conciencia de si, y en consecuencia propone una aproximacion interesante al problema de la constitucion del yo en terminos de conocimiento habitual.
Tomando como eje esta ley, en sus lecciones tempranas sobre etica y axiologia, Husserl enuncia la determinacion formal del imperativo categorico con la siguiente formula: "
En A Vecole de la phenomenologie, el frances Paul Ricreur (A Vecole 836) afirma que la historia del movimiento fenomenologico puede ser leida como un conjunto de herejias respecto a Husserl.
In his introduction to Husserl's "Origin of Geometry", Derrida claims the superiority of Husserl over Kant in that Husserl grounds transcendental historicity in concrete experience.
Rather, the original phenomenological claim is that the experience phenomenologists talk about under the title of self-awareness is something that takes place in a sphere Husserl liked to call "passivity," that is, a form of consciousness that occurs in us prior to active syntheses.
This is the Natural Attitude as Husserl put it, but when we get past it we discover the extraordinary in the ordinary, and we also discover whey they were so meaningful.
Husserl starts with mundane history for the purpose of investigating its sense of being in the epoche or with the transcendental category of monads as a historical one for the purpose of making mundane history comprehensible as its established arrangement.
Hopp posits that Husserl insists that the knowledge we acquire through phenomenological reflection possesses a degree of warrant greater than we could attain in the sphere of ordinary empirical objects (for an object to be given in the strictest sense is the ideal of adequate evidence): phenomenology is a science taking place within the limits of mere immediate intuition.
Como veremos, o criterio de Husserl remonta a uma categorialidade mais basica e imanente a experiencia que, no caso do erro categorial, seria violada e, assim, suprimiria qualquer inteligibilidade possivel (para alem do trivial entendimento linguistico) de pretensas formacoes de sentido que nao respeitem as relacoes "mais razoaveis" entre diferentes categorias materiais de entidades confirmadas pelo persistente curso concordante da experiencia.
The thesis is that perception justifies knowledge insofar as it provides fulfillment, an idea Husserl articulated in the Logical Investigations (1900-1901).
O filosofo austriaco Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) [2] e a maior referencia nessa corrente filosofica.