The Theory of Intuition in Husserl's Phenomenology
Northwestern University Press, 1995 - 163 sidor
In this landmark study, Emmanuel Levinas discusses the aspects and function of intuition in Husserl's thought and its meaning for philosophical self-reflection. An essential and illuminating explication of central issues in Husserl's phenomenology, it is also important as a formative work of one of this century's most distinguished philosophers.
Levinas focuses on the role of intuition, which he explains as "the theoretical act of consciousness that makes objects present to us." He demonstrates how Husserl's theory of intuition follows directly from his new conception of being. He then identifies intuition as the original phenomenon that leads to the concept of truth itself. In this analysis, he shows that Husserl's theory of being opens up an entirely new philosophical dimension.
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Foreword to the Second Edition
The Absolute Existence
The Intuition of Essences
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absoluteness of consciousness according to Husserl Alcan als str appears assertion belong categorial forms causality chap character characterized cogito concept concrete constitution correlate Descartes Edmund Husserl eidetic intuition ence Erlebnisse essential evidence existence of consciousness experience external fact genuine given grasp Heidegger Husserl calls Husserl's philosophy Husserlian Ibid idea ideal objects Ideen immanent inasmuch individual objects intentional object intentionality intrinsic meaning intuitionism intuitive act judgment Leibniz Levinas logic Logische Untersuchungen material things mode of existence naive realism natural attitude naturalistic ness noema noesis nomenological notion objectifying act ontology origin perceived perception phenomenological reduction phenomenology Phil philosophical intuition possible precisely predicates present presuppose primacy priori priori law problem psychology pure reality reflection regions relation representation role Sachverhalt sciousness sensation sense sensible sphere structure subjective phenomena theoretical Theory of Intuition theory of knowledge thesis tion transcendent transcendental truth understand understood Wiss