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Von Husserl zu Merleau-Ponty. Gedanken über die Erfahrungsphänomenologie

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This chapter presents an overview on the phenomenology as experience teaching and in particular the Husserlian phenomenology as a transcendental-genetic teaching experience in new and modern sense. The transcendental phenomenology of Edmund Husserl developed a new, until now inspiring understanding of subjectivity. The chapter discusses the transcendental genetic understanding of subjectivity and the experience of sensuality. Phenomenology, as it has developed by Husserl, first fits into the tradition of modern consciousness or subjectivity theory. Husserl's interpretation of sensuality begins with a thoroughly colored empiricist concept of sensation. The chapter emphasizes the epistemological importance of kinesthetic and phantasmatic sensibility in the dynamic of passive synthesis. It finally stresses the significance of the epistemological foundations of the more modern phenomenological interpretations and the continuity in the development of phenomenological.

Keywords: Husserlian phenomenology; subjectivity; Husserl's interpretation of sensuality; phenomenological theory; Edmund Husserl



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