By Pierre Keller
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In this ebook Pierre Keller examines Husserl's and Heidegger's methods to basic parts of human event, and exhibits either how their conceptions are regarding one another and the way they healthy right into a wider philosophical context. His refined and available account of the phenomenological philosophy of Husserl and the existential phenomenology of Heidegger may be of huge curiosity to scholars and experts in those components, whereas analytic philosophers of brain should be attracted to the designated parallels that he attracts with a few matters of the analytic philosophical culture.
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317). 321–328). ), Realism and the Background of Phenomenology. 311) For Husserl, the idea that the intentional object is nothing but a function of the distinctive functional role that a certain way of representing things can play in reasoning and the making of logical inferences is itself the expression of the distinction that he draws between the ideal and the real or psychological content of linguistic and other representations. Unfortunately, the opening section Page 32 21 of "Intentional Objects" in which Husserl develops the idea that intentional directedness of representations is part of their ideal content is no longer fully extant.
LU V, section II). In this way, Husserl rejects both the immanentist and the externalist versions of the object account of intentionality. Knowledge involves intentionality, and yet on the traditional interpretation of knowledge as justified true belief knowledge supports existential generalization. 142, and by Barry Smith, Austrian Philosophy: The Legacy of Franz Brentano (La Salle: Open Court, 1994). 23 While Chisholm has attempted to spell out logical criteria that are necessary and sufficient conditions for intentionality, I think it is fair to say that he has not succeeded in doing so.
Absolute existence, immanence, and independent existence are thus constitutive of what it is to be an experience in contrast to an object that exists outside of consciousness (for instance, a physical object). Thus he wishes to argue that things can turn out not to exist, while experiences are in a certain sense selfverifying. 78). Consciousness is selfsufficient, it requires no other existent in order to exist, while all other kinds of entities are supposed to have being only relative to consciousness.
Husserl and Heidegger on Human Experience by Pierre Keller