The Archeology of Modalization in Husserl: From Analogies to Passive Synthesis
Husserl claims in Erste Philosophie that a first philosophy, if it is to be rigorous, should link up with Kant’s Kritik der reinen Vernunft and his Metaphysische Anfangsgründe der Naturwissenschaft. This is one of the fundamental paths taken by transcendental phenomenology when it undertook to identify a first philosophy not limited to the restricted ambit of any special ontology, but rather a general ontology, that is, an ontology able to act as an aesthetic and logical structure, as a legitimizing foundation for every form of rigorous science concerning the classification of both natural and spiritual reality.
KeywordsObjective Time Transcendental Phenomenology Special Ontology Pure Possibility Spiritual Reality
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