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9ff. of the second part, for instance, various personal relations are dealt with, even though these are not grasped as radical personal relation in the sense proposed by dialogue philosophy. But the reason for the fact that an immediate personal relation of this sort is not applied to laying a foundation for the constitution of the transcendental Other, is not simply that Husser! carried out transcendental analysis, with a naturalistic attitude, on dead nature as a prototype, instead of understanding it from a naturalistic point of view.
For, also in the Crisis, which deals with the lifeworld reduction, the life-world is nothing but "the mere transcendental phenomenon," namely a constitutive component of the transcendental subjectivity,13 and the final residuum is nothing other than the transcendental consciousness and its correlative. "15 Phenomenology, if it is not a transcendental egology, does not, in his view, deserve the name of phenomenology as a radical science. II Husserl's theory of intersubjective reduction is understood in general as a doctrine whose purpose is to liberate oneself from the solipsism of egology.
47). 16 KAZl'HISA MIZCNO THE PARADOX OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL METHOD The phenomenological paradox,1 which Husserl expounds in his Crisis, poses a methodological circle of transcendental subjectivity over against the world, and of incarnated subjectivity; on the one side of the circle we find the transcendental subjectivity as an absolute point of departure which can only be established by suspending the acceptance as being of the world; and on the other side of the circle the psychophysical subjectivity that presupposes the acceptance as being of the world.