A Key to Husserl's Ideas I by Paul Ricoeur

By Paul Ricoeur

In 1950, Paul Ricoeur released his translation of Edmund Husserl's "Ideen I" lower than the identify "Idees directrices pour une phenomenologie". It grew to become the instruction manual and key to the daddy of phemenology. this mix of Husserl and Ricoeur will be of curiosity to either professors and scholars.

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49. , p. 359; in favor of this interpretation: Meditations Cartesiennes, p. 70-4 [Eng. p. 83-88. Editor]. G. Berger, op. , p. 43-61, gives a remarkable expose of phenomenological reduction with all its difficulties. 50. Meditations Cartesiennes proposes this developed formula of the Cogito: "Ego-cogito-ogitatum," p. 43 [Eng. p. 50. ] 51. Einschrankung, Entschrankung, Op. , p. 359. 52. , p. 373. " I here agree with G. Berger, op. , p. 97-100: "One has to learn to unite two concepts that we usually contrast: phenomenology is a philosophy of creative intuition....

Meditations Cartesiennes proposes this developed formula of the Cogito: "Ego-cogito-ogitatum," p. 43 [Eng. p. 50. ] 51. Einschrankung, Entschrankung, Op. , p. 359. 52. , p. 373. " I here agree with G. Berger, op. , p. 97-100: "One has to learn to unite two concepts that we usually contrast: phenomenology is a philosophy of creative intuition.... The evidence, this completed form of intentionality, is that which is constituting" (p. 100). This creation, "beyond action and passion" (p. " (p. 107).

Ideas I does not clarify the distinction between essence and empirical law any further (except in par. 6, p. 16), nor the manner of transition to essence. Only the role of imagination is made clear - it tests the resistance of the eidetic constant to real and invented variations of its realizations, par. 4. The author goes directly to the essential thing: any fact includes an essence which is itself subordinated to a hierarchy of essences (par. 12), and any essence includes a range of contingent individuals (this hic et nunc).

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