Richard Kearney's Continental Philosophy in the 20th Century (Routledge PDF

By Richard Kearney

ISBN-10: 0415308801

ISBN-13: 9780415308809

Continental philosophy is among the 20th century's most vital and hard philosophical events. This significant quantity comprises fourteen chapters on its significant representatives and faculties, together with phenomenology, existentialism and postmodernism.

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Husserl acknowledges that various languages may organize perceptual partwhole complexes differently. 100], 206). In the fifth investigation, Husserl objects to the above-mentioned expressions that Brentano had used to describe the status of intentional objects (‘immanent objectivity’, ‘intentional in-existence’). He points out that these phrases suggest that the intentional object enters into consciousness as a component of the flux of experience and that it functions within the enclosure of the mind as a substitute for the object of reference.

Question, wish, statement, etc. 54], 26–36). These distinctions are consistent with Husserl’s claim, in the first investigation, that propositions are related to the acts in which they are expressed in a manner comparable to the way in which species are related to their instances. Considered as an intentional essence, the intentional content (matter and quality) is an ideal proposition that is independent of particular intentional acts. 35], 330). Many commentators have rejected this thesis on the grounds that it seems to commit Husserl to the questionable view that ideal propositions may somehow be particularized as moments of individualintentional acts.

This is not to say that they ignore the First but that they read it in a particular way. For example, while both analytic and continental thinkers share a common commitment to Kant’s transcendental aesthetic, (the origination of all experience in sensible time and space), the former tend to show preference for the transcendental analytic (dealing with objective categories of understanding), whereas the latter incline more towards the ‘limit ideas’ of World, Soul and Freedom contained in the transcendental dialectic.

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