However, a further step must at least be touched on, one that draws upon yet another important distinction—that between the transcendental and the mundane. Without going into detail about his approach to the problem which is also known as the paradox of subjectivity—how can the very consciousness that constitutes the world simultaneously be a part of this world? In any case, however, the Husserlian critique of presuppositions concerning the body leads to something like the possibility of transcendental corporeality—a notion that places many aspects of the Western philosophical tradition itself into question.
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Sources and Themes Edmund Husserl — , the founder of phenomenology, addressed the body throughout his philosophical life, with much of the relevant material to be found in lecture courses, research manuscripts, and book-length texts not published during his lifetime. Terms and Concepts Husserlian phenomenology stands in opposition to naturalism , for which material nature is simply a given and conscious life itself is part of nature, to be approached with natural-scientific methods oriented toward empirical facts and causal explanations.
Embodied Personhood Summary: Husserl shows that embodied experience is geared into the world as a communal nexus of meaningful situations, expressive gestures, and practical activities.
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The Body as a Center of Orientation One mode of inquiry that Husserl uses in his descriptive investigations of the body of lived experience is eidetic phenomenology. Kinaesthetic Capabilities and Perceptual Appearances Such descriptions retrieve kinaesthetic functioning from its anonymity, but remain abstract as long as its constitutive role is not specified more precisely. References and Further Reading a. Primary Sources Husserl, Edmund. Ding und Raum. Vorlesungen Ulrich Claesges.
Husserliana Richard Rojcewicz. Husserl, Edmund. Zweites Buch. Marly Biemel. Husserliana 4. Second Book. Studies in the Phenomenology of Constitution. Drittes Buch. Husserliana 5. Third Book. Phenomenology and the Foundations of the Sciences. Ted E. Klein and William E. Analysen zur passiven Synthesis. Aus Vorlesungs- und Forschungsmanuskripten — Margot Fleischer.
Anthony J. Vorlesungen Sommersemester Walter Biemel. Husserliana 9. John Scanlon. Stephan Strasser.
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Dermot Moran and Lester E. Embree with Tanja Staehler and Elizabeth A. Volume 2. Phenomenology: Themes and Issues. London: Routledge, , —64 [includes further references to work in this area]. Edmund Husserl. This article presents the dimension of genetic phenomenology within the thought of Edmund Husserl. It introduces the relation of phenomenological matters and methods, and outlines the possible spheres of phenomenology: static, genetic, and generative.
It then explores the co-emergence of static and genetic phenomenological methods and describes the matters that are peculiar to each. By focusing specifically on genetic phenomenological method, the article describes key genetic phenomena, such as normality and abnormality as they concern the constitution of lived sense, embodied existence, and subjectivity.
Husserl's static and genetic phenomenology : Translator's introduction to two essays
After explaining in what way the normal and the pathological express the concordance or harmony and disharmony in the development of meaning, it describes the original notion of the optimal as a new notion of normality in phenomenology, as well as the ways in which some norms can be transcended from within optimal experience. The article concludes by elaborating the relation between stasis and genesis. Keywords: phenomenology , Edmund Husserl , static phenomenology , genetic phenomenology , normal , abnormal , pathological , optimal , norm , phenomenological method. He works in the areas of phenomenology, social ontology, aesthetics, and religious philosophy.
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