Author: Andrea Staiti
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Release Date: 2018-05-07
Despite an ever-growing scholarly interest in the work of Edmund Husserl and in the history of the phenomenological movement, much of the contemporaneous scholarly context surrounding Husserl's work remains shrouded in darkness. While much has been written about the critiques of Husserl's work associated with Heidegger, Levinas, and Sartre, comparatively little is known of the debates that Husserl was directly involved in. The present volume addresses this gap in scholarship by presenting a comprehensive selection of contemporaneous responses to Husserl's work. Ranging in date from 1906 to 1917, these texts bookend Husserl's landmark Ideas for a Pure Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (1913). The selection encompasses essays that Husserl responded to directly in the Ideas I, as well as a number of the critical and sympathetic essays that appeared in the wake of its publication. Significantly, the present volume also includes Husserl's subsequent responses to his critics. All of the texts included have been translated into English for the first time, introducing the reader to a wide range of long-neglected material that is highly relevant to contemporary debates regarding the meaning and possibility of phenomenology.
Author: Marklen E. Konurbaev
Release Date: 2018-02-08
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book applies phenomenological methodology to examine the transformations of messages as they pass from the mind to the linear world of human speech, and then back again. Rapid development of linguistic science in the second half of the 20th century, and cognitive science in the beginning of the 21st century has brought us through various stages of natural human language analysis and comprehension – from deep structures, transformational grammar and behaviorism to cognitive linguistics, theory of encapsulation, and mentalism. Thus, drawing upon new developments in cognitive science, philosophy and hermeneutics, the author reveals how to obtain the real vision of life lurking behind the spoken word. Applying methodology introduced by Edmund Husserl and developed by Martin Heidegger, the author examines how we can see the ‘living’ and dynamic essence of speech hidden in the world of linear linguistic strings and casual utterances. This uniquely researched work will be a valuable resource for students and scholars of cognitive stylistics, pragmatics and the psychology of language.
Author: Edmund Husserl
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Release Date: 1981-01-01
In seinen »Logischen Untersuchungen« (1900/01) hatte Husserl die Eigenständigkeit und Idealität logischer Gebilde gegenüber einem falschen Subjektivismus und Psychologismus geltend gemacht. Es ging ihm dabei nicht um die formale Logik selbst als solche, sondern um die Begründungsfunktion der Logik für eine apriorische Wissenschaftslehre. Diese in den »Ideen« (1913) weitergeführte Konstitutionsproblematik wird nun in dem Werk über »Formale und transzendentale Logik« im Sinne einer »Kritik der logischen Vernunft« vertieft und durch den Übergang von der formalen zur transzendentalen Logik begrifflich entschiedener gefaßt.