Husserl's "introductions to phenomenology" : interpretation and critique

William R. McKenna


  • 1. Introduction.- 2. Husserl's Thesis that Consciousness Is World-Constitutive and Its Demonstration.- A. Husserl's Thesis.- B. The Idea of a Demonstration of the Thesis.- 3. The Motivating Problem.- 4. Acquiring the Idea of Pure Transcendental Consciousness.- A. The Thesis of the Natural Attitude.- 1. The Thesis as Belief.- 2. The Correlate of the Thesis.- B. The Psychological Investigation of Consciousness and the Argument that Consciousness Constitutes the World.- 1. Husserl's Argument.- 2. The Inadequacy of Perception.- 3. The Possibility of Illusion and the Coherence-Thesis.- a. The "Empirical" Interpretation of the Coherence-Thesis.- b. The Insufficiency of the "Empirical" Interpretation.- c. The "Transcendental" Interpretation.- 5. The Entry into the Transcendental Realm.- A. The Phenomenological Epoche and Reduction.- B. Constitution and Constitutive Analysis.- C. Summary.- 6. Transcendental Illusion.- A. The Meaning of "Transcendental Illusion".- B. Realism and Idealism in Husserl's Philosophy.- C. Husserl's Demonstration of the Existence of the Possibility of Transcendental Illusion.- 7. Conclusion: Toward a New Introduction to Phenomenology.

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書名 Husserl's "introductions to phenomenology" : interpretation and critique
著作者等 McKenna, William R.
McKenna William
シリーズ名 Phaenomenologica
出版元 M. Nijhoff
s for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston
刊行年月 1982
ページ数 ix, 239 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9024726654
NCID BA03211786
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ

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