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philosopher’s desk: Edmund Husserl: El Artículo “Fenomenología” de la Enciclopedia Británica
The translation was done during the last half ofbased mainly in the Argiculo version — Draft D — and from this first version; it was able to start the study group with the help of the Spanish version. Therefore, he is the founder of psychologism as a transcendental philosophy founded through a psychology of inner experience.
The philosopher explains that the very function of the method to achieve a fully reasoned universal science demands an infinite task of establishing al complete universe of the a priori in its ejciclopedia self-reference and, therefore, in its autonomy and perfect methodological clarity. Thus, it also demands the exploration of intentional psychic processes, in consonance with the exploration of the syntheses of consciousness in which the intentional processes are pertaining, and the demonstration of the description of the essential characteristics of a universal stream of consciousness.
It is relevant to this work the explanation, inof a final understanding and overcoming of transcendental psychologism, in its most refined form.
We know that through the phenomenological reduction it is reached in a reflexive way the knowledge of the self as the original source of all the knowledge of the world.
If, inHusserl combats the logical psychologism derived from the empirical psychology; as ofafter the transcendental turn and the discovery of the transcendental reduction, the author starts to combat the transcendental psychologism in its various forms. Journal of the British Approved: Thus, if the phenomenological reduction planned a means of access to the phenomenon of the real and also potential inner experience, Husserl affirms: Only the phenomenological psychology is capable of performing the intentional analysis in the full sense Porta, The very final version of Husserl, Draft Wrticulo, was never fully published in life, because the 2 From now on, we are referring to this text just as Article.
The transcendental reduction raises the passage from the natural to btitanica phenomenological attitude, since the eidetic reduction emphasizes the capture of the essence of the phenomena and the constitution of the senses of the world, that is, what Husserl called reduction for the essences.
He also discussed the psychologism in its ultimate form, and the possibility of a pure psychology or phenomenological psychology in comparison with the scientific psychology based in the natural sciences. Phenomenology differs from Psychology, because it formulates its own methodology, but both have the conscience as object; both have as foundation the subjectivity and this led to a more complete study of the theme. However, only from the transcendental phenomenology is that the full constitutive analysis is possible, since the transcendental psychologism in its definitive version is only possible after the pure psychology, which makes possible to conclude that transcendental phenomenology can overcome psychologism in an absolute way because only transcendental phenomenology is able to give to psychologism its ultimate form Porta, This transcendental self is not a self dissociated from the object, but the one that manifests himself in all his acts as intentionality.
In the final part of the Article, Husserl explains that in the Phenomenology, the rational problems of any type have their place; hence, it encompasses the problems philosophically significant, such as the metaphysically teleological, the ethical problems, and the problems of the philosophy of history.
El concepto de pasividad en Edmund Husserl. We believe that the study of the theme is relevant because it is possible to identify the elements that compose a psychology authentically phenomenological, in the conception of Husserl, in addition to agree with the need to investigate the theme, as the author emphasized.
Husserl explains that, when fully engaged in the articu,o activity, we focus exclusively on something specific, such as thoughts or values, but not on the psychic experience as such, because only reflection can reveal this. Introduccion general a la fenomenologia pura, Mexico D.
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Ee understand that Husserl objectified with the Article an introduction to Phenomenology, so in this article it is not so clear the study and development of the transcendental phenomenology and consequently the transcendental subjectivity. The English version, translated by Richard E.
Brunara Batista enciclopsdia Reis: It is important to highlight that phenomenology is a way of accessing oneself, so it can be better appropriate by psychology in its methodological aspects, without becoming, however, an explanatory model of psychic reality. That is, in the subject-object correlation we find two poles in the subject, one hussefl by the act that aims noesis and the pole of the thing aimed noema.
In the yearsHusserl made important developments concerning the theme of phenomenological psychology.
Therefore, the transcendental question, in its universality, includes the entire kingdom of transcendental ingenuity and calls into question every possible world simply alleged in the natural attitude. For this reason, it is called method of phenomenological reduction, by suspending enciclopsdia assumptions that prevent to see the thing itself.
From this, before returning to the topic of psychologism, Husserl shows the other as another that cannot be present in my consciousness in the same way as the other entities of the world, that is, the other is the stranger of the britanlca.
This requires the establishment of a specific discipline, the pure psychology. Husserl contradicted the naturalistic scientism and the logicism, thus having as his objective, the inauguration of a new foundation, a theory of theories, whether enciclopeia pure logic or of psychology, and from there arose Phenomenology as a foundation for the sciences.
From the transcendental turn, the combat against psychologism no longer consists in distinguishing between ideal objects and psychological subjects, but in the distinction between psychological and transcendental subjectivity Porta, bitanica The fundamental character of the psychic is the intentionality Article of Britannica German version appeared only in