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Memory – The Possibility of Creation in A Learning World – Interpretation

  • Aleksandra Pawliszyn
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 101)

Abstract

I would like to present the memory question in the context of the phenomenological grasp of time and in the context of language (interpretation).

Our considerations are at first concerned with the phenomenological way of consciousness, and with constitutes in the same way the intentionality of retention as the source of memory.

We also consider Husserlian category of in-feeling (to enter into one’s spirit) (Einfülung) as describing an experience of the essence of an indirectness – so just directness in an access to the spiritual sphere of someone who is not mine. It presents the responsibility as the essential characteristic of a meditating (interpreting) transcendental “I”, in the inter-subjective context of other people.

With regard to our interest it will be worth to investigate how phenomenology develops into an ontology of corporality (la chair) (M. Merleau-Ponty) and into philosophical hermeneutics (M. Heidegger, H.-G. Gadamer, P. Ricoeur). In both developments, it a language matter has been described and the question of the status of the reason – generating an attempt (a hard work) to interpret the world – as the acting reason.

Keywords

Immanent Sphere Temporary Object Phenomenological Reduction Philosophical Hermeneutic Corporal Tissue 
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