New Frontiers of Transcendental Within Present Phenomenological Overview: For a Rediscovery of Reality

  • Maria-Chiara Teloni
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 108)


Preparing the present study we decided to start from a sort of historical and etymological analysis of both the two terms that appear within the title given to the Congress, that is to say “Transcendentalism revisited”. It is also very important to underline how the same theme appears within the last Tymieniecka’s work, The Fullness of the Logos in the Key of Life, really essential in order to well understand all her thought. Transcendentalism Revisited is, indeed, the title of the ninth chapter of the first book of this work: The Case of God in the New Enlightenment, that we will consider in the last part of the present study as a sort of synthesis. Transcendental analysis, indeed, constitutes, without doubts, one of the strongholds, and, at the same time, one of the most controversial themes of phenomenological inquiry, since its origin in Husserl till now and till the most recent investigations carried out by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka. So it appears immediately the possibility, through a “revisitation” to do, of a retrieval of the most genuine sense of transcendental analysis, freeing it finally from that “-ism” by which it was signed, at a phenomenological level, since decades.


Transcendental Idealism Husserlian Phenomenology Cartesian Meditation Genuine Sense Transcendental Analysis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Macerata UniversityMacerataItaly

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