Ethics of Husserl's Phenomenology (Continuum Studies in by Joaquim Siles i Borras

By Joaquim Siles i Borras

The Ethics of Husserl’s Phenomenology goals to relocate the query of ethics on the very middle of Husserl’s phenomenology. this can be in line with the concept that Husserl’s phenomenology is an epistemological inquiry finally influenced through a moral call for that pervades his writing from the ebook of Logical Investigations (1900-1901) as much as The challenge of ecu Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology (1935).
Joaquim Siles-Borràs strains the moral options obvious all through Husserl’s major physique of labor and argues that Husserl’s phenomenology of recognition, adventure and which means is finally prompted by means of a moral call for, through which Husserl goals to re-define philosophy and re-found technological know-how, with the purpose of creating philosophy and technology in a position to facing the main urgent questions in regards to the meaningfulness of human lifestyles.

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This is a cardinal point in Husserl’s eidetic phenomenology. The apprehension of essences is only possible within the perception of individual things in which essences are exemplified or illustrated. 61 It is precisely this irreducible correspondence between essences and individual thing that allows Husserl to present a notion of ‘experience’ that is more original than that defended by empiricism. This is the notion of intuition as the mode of apprehension of what Husserl calls eidetic sciences and that, therefore, is not restricted only to the sensuous apprehension of facts.

The pure Ego appears to be necessary in principle, and as that which remains absolutely self-identical in all real and possible changes of experience, it can in no sense be reckoned as a real part or phase of the experiences themselves. In every actual cogito it lives out its life in a special sense, but all experiences also within the mental background belong to it and it to them, and all of them, as belonging to one single stream of experience, that, namely, which is mine, must permit of being transformed into actual cogitationes or of being inwardly absorbed into such [.

37 But this honesty, this responsibility for presuppositionlessness or autonomy, is made manifest in the searching and realization of the telos from where the inquiry springs, rather than being an external moral axiom or norm that one has to simply presuppose. Thus, rather than being understood in a moral-normativistic sense, ethics should be understood as the essential necessity of all true theoretical activity and, therefore, as essential to the structure of meaning that is to ground all normative sub-disciplines.

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