Monday, October 12, 2015

Ethos of Husserl's last work
Perhaps the differences, in this last chapter at least, have been concealed too quickly in favour of their coincidences, in favour ... recent book on Husserl's corpus, Husserl 'understands a system of philosophy to be an ethos and a community of ...
According to Husserl, philosophy should be undertaken with the following teleological aim: The straight and necessary path [philosophers] must take allows them to see only ... The ethical- religious questions are the last questions of phenomenological constitution.30 Husserl's phenomenology has an inherently religious ethos: God and God's word, man in search of God, living as a child of God, and so ...
Leela Gandhi - 2014 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
61 This symbiosis between subject and object Husserl magnifies in the fifth of his Cartesian meditations into a text of radical intersubjectivity. For now ... 62 Or, we might add, the frugalities of phenomenological askesis are shown to cohabit with a rich ethos of radical relationality, ... Meditations, the theme of intention is properly developed only in work that belongs to the last ten years of his productive life.
B. H. Son - 1973 - ‎Snippet view - ‎More editions
Although a strong accent fell upon 'essences' in this workHusserl nevertheless spent most of his time discussing how the essences could be grasped. His later philosophy, as will be seen, is devoted almost entirely to the method of discovering the last ground of knowledge. Husserl sees the ethos of modern philosophy in its desire to refine its methodological investigations (cf. Logos, 290) . Method, thus ...
Jeffrey Bloechl, ‎Nicolas de Warren - 2015 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
universalism of an ideal, the ideal of knowledge responsible for itself guiding sciences since Plato (Husserl 1974, p. ... If there is an ethos of theory opening up for us the perspective on to a new world, it would hardly be possible without the ... theory and practice are not divided, what is practical is not reason's subordination of all activity to the final destination it aims at, ... Kant opposes philosophy as work to fanaticism (Schw€armerei) and misology, but takes these as the rush to forsake ...
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - 2012 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
[The Hague: Nijhoff, 1969–1971] and the assessment made by J. Smith in hisbook The Disputation over Teleological ... plainly, that I base my deliberations here mainly upon two works: Hartmann's Teleological Thinking and Husserl'sThe Crisis of the European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology. The main feature of Hartmann's book is its critical ethos. ... Hartmann caps his critical analysis of the teleological principle with a declaration that finaldeterminism is a fiasco.
enthusiasm of Husserl's exhortation at a student reception in 1924 “not to consider oneself too good for foundation work.” This conception of the task of philosophy also accounts for the characteristic mixture of pride and humility with which Husserl referred to his final ambition as that of being a “true beginner. ... 1. the ideal of rigorous science; 2. the urge to go down to the sources (philosophical radicalism); 3. the ethos of radical autonomy; 4. the “wonder of all wonders”: subjectivity.
Chhanda Gupta, ‎Debi Prasad Chattopadhyaya - 1998 - ‎Preview
It is true, however, that, in his last years, Husserl called this relationship into doubt and began to reconsider the inseparability of eidetic ... the eidetic discipline is grounded in naturalistic conceptions, then perceived necessity cannot escape being an artifact of history and ethos; and if it is ... 14 This comes close to the essential "motto" (Husserl's own term) abstracted from nearly all of Husserl's mature work.
Marius Timmann Mjaaland, ‎Ola Sigurdson, ‎Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir - 2010 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
If so, then the last strain messianism in philosophy today is both secular and opens onto an ethos. ... on the work of the founder of phenomenology, they move past and sometimes frankly abandon Husserl's epistemological concerns in favor of ...
L. Anckaert - 2006 - ‎Preview
Rosenzweig described man substantially as character and ethos. ... of self- identification as intentionality, enjoyment and representation, inhabitation, possession and labor, thought and work. ... In the final analysis, Levinas discovers in Husserl's transcendental reduction a totalistic structure, because intentionality, although ...
I know — as well as anybody who has studied Husserl's writings on time — that his main concern is, as they say, to create a science of consciousness with ... an example of work that could be linked to the structure of time consciousness! ... In brief, I am left completely in the dark as to what these commentators could possibly mean by their final statement concerning ... historical reasons, cognitive science is concerned to be seen to be following the third-person ethos of natural science.
Rulun Zhang, ‎Ernst Wolfgang Orth, ‎Chan-Fai Cheung - 1998 - ‎Snippet view
Since the end of the 19th century, at the latest, culture has meant the ,world of man' as such. ... One might speak of an essential (constitutive) ethos of culture. ... In his workHusserl is convinced that he is living in a culture of science.

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