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By Prof. Dr. Robert Sokolowski (auth.), Filip Mattens, Hanne Jacobs, Carlo Ierna (eds.)

This quantity brings jointly essays by way of top phenomenologists and Husserl students during which they have interaction with the legacy of Edmund Husserl’s philosophy. it's a extensive anthology addressing many significant issues in phenomenology and philosophy mostly, together with articles on phenomenological strategy; investigations in anthropology, ethics, and theology; hugely really expert examine into mostly Husserlian subject matters akin to notion, snapshot attention, fact, and ideality; in addition to investigations into the advanced relation among natural phenomenology, phenomenological psychology, and cognitive science.

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Il va de soi que tant les phénomènes hors langage que les phénomènes de langage sont infigurables, comportent une part irréductible et insituable d’indétermination et sont en ce sens foncièrement instables, de toujours et pour toujours inchoatifs, et cependant pas dispersés en un pur et simple chaos. Par là, ils constituent bien la Sache selbst de la phénoménologie, et l’“organe” de cette dernière n’est plus ni l’“intuition” interne, ni l’intuition eidétique, mais le contact avec la “chose” - les phénomènes - en et par écart comme rien d’espace et de temps.

I would also observe, however, that such refutation itself incorporates the making of distinctions, the claim that this is not that. When we, or Husserl, carry out such investigations, our statements are apodictic. There is something self-evident about them, and they are reached not by means of proofs from more basic premises or by means of empirical investigation of facts and history, but by working out the way things have to be. First philosophy is and was and always will be apodictic precisely because it tries to present the truth about truthfulness.

Phrasing takes its form from Aristotle, Metaphysics VII 1, 1028b2-4: kai to palai te kai nun kai aei z¯etoumenon kai aei aporoumenon, ti to on, touto esti, tis h¯e ousia. 3 I think Husserl’s term noema can appropriately be used as a synonym for Aristotle’s being as being. 2 My Husserl on First Philosophy - R. Sokolowski 17 aspect of ontological value or goodness, a sense of what Plato was getting at when he said that we understand the forms against the background of the good. We should not limit our understanding of truth to the simple cases of the correctness of propositions and the givenness of things in perception.

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