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Author Detmer, David, 1958-

Title Phenomenology explained [Axis 360 electronic resource] : from experience to insight / David Detmer.

Imprint New York : Open Court, 2013.
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Description 1 online resource (225 p.)
Series Ideas Explained
Ideas explained series.
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Introduction; Husserl's Radicalism; The Subject Matter of Phenomenology; Philosophy as Rigorous Science; Objectivity, Subjectivity, and Correlativity; An Example of Phenomenological Description; The Aims of Phenomenology; The Critical Reception of Phenomenology; Edmund Husserl and the Origins of Phenomenology: A Biographical Overview; Prospectus; 1. Early Husserl; The Attack on Psychologism; Psychologism and Postmodernism; Bracketing; Intentionality; Eidetic Reduction; Critique of Scientism; Objective Truth; Intuition; Meaning; Universals
Parts and WholesPure Logical Grammar; Intentionality Again; Knowledge; Evidence; Profiles; Intuition Again; Categorial Intuition; Truth; Freedom from Presuppositions; 2. Middle Husserl; The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness; The Eidetic Reduction; Critique of Empiricism; The "Principle of All Principles"; The Natural Attitude; The Phenomenological Reduction; The Transcendental Ego; Constitution; Horizon; Idealism; 3. Late Husserl; Scientism; Life-world; Static, Genetic, and Generative Phemonology; 4. Ethics; A Richer Conception of "Experience"; A Richer Conception of "Object"
Phenomenological Description Reveals the Ubiquity of Value ExperienceIntersubjectivity; The Eidetic and Phenomenological Reductions; Intuition; The Material A Priori; The Critique of Psychologism; Axiological Ethics; 5. Polemics; 6. Successors; Max Scheler (1874-1928); Martin Heidegger (1889-1976); Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980); Maurice Merleau-Ponty (1908-1961); Suggestions for Further Reading; Index
Summary Phenomenology is one of the most important and influential philosophical movements of the last one hundred years. It began in 1900, with the publication of a massive two-volume work, Logical Investigations, by a Czech-German mathematician, Edmund Husserl. It proceeded immediately to exert a strong influence on both philosophy and the social sciences. For example, phenomenology provided the central inspiration for the existentialist movement, as represented by such figures as Martin Heidegger in Germany and Jean-Paul Sartre in France. Subsequent intellectual currents in Europe,
Subject Metaphysics.
Phenomenology.
Social sciences -- Philosophy.
Phenomenology.
Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938.
Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938 (OCoLC)fst00042628
Phenomenology (OCoLC)fst01060522
Genre Electronic books.
Added Author Baker & Taylor Axis 360
Other Form: Print version: Detmer, David Phenomenology Explained New York : Open Court,c2013 9780812697971
ISBN 9780812698053 (electronic bk.)
0812698053 (electronic bk.)
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