Husserl’s Manuscript ‘A Nocturnal Conversation’
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Phenomenological research currently exhibits two tendencies: on the one hand, a criticism of the metaphysical presuppositions hidden in the philosophical aspect of Husserl’s transcendental phenomenology; on the other hand, the interest in the new efforts of phenomenological research to broaden its horizons into a phenomenology of history and society. The inquiry into the possibility of reciprocal relations between the transcendental and the historical has probably been the most important task of phenomenology from Husserl’s time to the present. Thus H. Rombach’s structural phenomenology. for instance, could have grown out of an awareness of this task.
KeywordsObjective World Transcendental Philosophy Cartesian Meditation Dialogue Philosophy Reciprocal Constitution
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