On the other hand, moving away from a strictly Husserlian phenomenology
and towards a more "existential" phenomenology (22) influenced very deeply by Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty aimed to "situate" or "incarnate" the subject, so that, as Steven Rosen writes "physics and philosophy alike [can] learn to start their work not from the lofty abstractions of Cartesianism [disembodied, detached subject-who-tries-to-know], but from the lived experiences of subjects who share a common world" where, in this "lifeworld", "[p]erception has primacy".
A critical study of the thresholds of Husserlian phenomenology
The suggestion that access and expression have their origin in the immanent historicity of life meant that Heidegger's radical phenomenology did not have to remain within the limitations of Husserlian phenomenology
, whose delineation between intuition and expression unwittingly resulted in "the immediacy of intuition" being lost in the "mediacy of expression" and "their initial unity" (in the sense that prereflective life already lives reflectively) becoming interrupted.
4-5) Trezise tracks this phenomenology to its historical origins in the philosophy of Edmund Husserl, and he critiques its supposed assumptions through strategies deliberately modeled on Derrida's deconstructive reading of Husserlian phenomenology
in Speech and Phenomena (1967) and other texts of the 1960s.
This will allow the possibility of reenvisioning the overall sense of phenomenological discussion and its place within the tradition of philosophy, particularly in the relation of Husserlian phenomenology
to the Anselmian project of "faith seeking understanding.
Although Husserlian phenomenology
has been criticized for claiming to be a "presuppositionless" philosophy, the critics typically equate "presuppositionlessness" with being "desituated," as if we were not embodied, historical, linguistic beings.
Here there is evident a certain distance between Patocka and the Husserlian phenomenology
in which the primacy of the subject is manifest, a primacy inherent to Husserl's concerns with epistemology.
What matters here is to highlight, without entering into more in detail in the Husserlian phenomenology
, what are some aspects that may help in understanding the dialogue established by this text.
of Portland) and psychotherapist Farquhar focus on the historical and philosophical engagement of Freudian psychoanalysis with Husserlian phenomenology
and the various primary forms of existential phenomenology.
Levinas ("appeal in the face of the other") and Ricoeur ("oneself as another") are chosen as contemporary, critical Philosophical voices that develop Husserlian phenomenology
in ways both congenial to and provocative for Judaism and Christianity.
99--In the twenty-first century, Moran has established himself as one of the foremost international expositors and commentators on Husserlian phenomenology
Instead of claiming to have surpassed Husserlian phenomenology
, one has, at the very least, to make the effort to read Husserl himself and to avoid the question of being (without conflating Husserlian phenomenology
with post-Kantian idealism).