By James Dodd (auth.)
In his final paintings, "Crisis of the ecu Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology", Edmund Husserl formulated an intensive new method of phenomenological philosophy. not like his earlier works, within the "Crisis" Husserl embedded this formula in an bold mirrored image at the essence and price of the assumption of rational proposal and tradition, a mirrored image that he thought of to be an pressing necessity in gentle of the political, social, and highbrow concern of the interwar interval. during this ebook, James Dodd pursues an interpretation of Husserl's textual content that emphasizes the significance of the matter of the starting place of philosophy, in addition to advances the thesis that, for Husserl, the "crisis of cause" isn't really a contingent old occasion, yet an enduring characteristic of a lifestyles in cause usually.
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Extra resources for Crisis and Reflection: An Essay on Husserl’s Crisis of the European Sciences
For a recent contribution to this debate see Natalie Depraz, “Phenomenological Reduction and the Political,” Husserl-Studies 12 (1995) 1-17. 21 Hua XXIX 29:26-27. 22 Hua XXIX 48: 30-55. 23 See Hua XXIX 32:5-27. 24 See Hua XXIX 7:22-11. Chapter One The Concept of Crisis (Crisis §§1-7) Philosophorum nostri temporis vox universa —Motto of the Belgrade journal Philosophia Is there a crisis? 1 These lectures were one of the sources for Husserl’s manuscript of the Crisis, the first two parts of which were originally published in the first volume of the Belgrade journal Philosophia in 1936.
6 That its very success does not preclude the possibility of crisis is a key insight of Husserl’s; but it means that to talk of the crisis of science is, paradoxically, to talk of the crisis of a success. The crisis Husserl seeks to understand and address is thus from the start ambiguous, at least to the extent to which he continues to accept some form or gesture of the scientific attitude as legitimate. Nevertheless, it becomes clear when reading the Prague lectures that Husserl clearly has the expectation that his listeners believe that there is, in fact, a crisis; but at the same time, he recognizes that this belief is compelling only if the question of science is approached from a particular angle, one that has little to do with an assessment of the current state of the sciences in light of what science intends to accomplish.
What is obviously also completely forgotten is that natural science (like all science generally) is a title for spiritual accomplishments, namely, those of the natural scientists working together; as such they belong, after all, like all spiritual occurrences, to the region of what is to be explained by humanistic disciplines. 11 The distinction in this passage between “spirit” and “nature,” along with the distinction between the humanistic and natural sciences which follows, is something that cannot be taken up here, apart from mentioning that it is more subtle than it might at first appear.
Crisis and Reflection: An Essay on Husserl’s Crisis of the European Sciences by James Dodd (auth.)