Download Citation on ResearchGate | Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology | In Edmund entre Husserl y Heidegger en el artículo de la Enciclopedia Británica. En el artículo “Fenomenología” (), que Husserl escribió como 30 Cf. Husserl, E. (): El artículo “Fenomenología” en la Enciclopedia Británica. developed the project of a Husserl Dictionary (), El artículo de la Enciclopedia Británica (The Encyclopedia Britannica Article.

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Click here to sign up. Husserl explains that, when fully engaged in the conscious activity, we focus exclusively on something specific, such as thoughts or lla, but not on the psychic experience as such, because only reflection can reveal this.

Considering that Psychology could not be the basis for a transcendental philosophy, Husserl indicated Phenomenology as a possibility for a Phenomenological Psychology and this as a structure of the scientific psychology.

In the final part of the Article, Husserl explains that in the Phenomenology, the rational problems of any type have their place; hence, it fnciclopedia the problems philosophically significant, such as the metaphysically teleological, the ethical problems, and the problems of the philosophy of history. Un comentario sobre la historiografia contemporanea. Husserl affirms that every transcendent obtains its existential sense as belonging to something only in a relative sense and incomplete by it, that is, as a sense of an intentional unit that is in fact transcendental giving of sense.

Journal of the British Approved: Thus, only the route through psychology is presented as a reduction applied specifically to the subjectivity, that is, in what is really the essential: Through noesis, which are the acts of giving by which consciousness targets a certain object in a certain way, and the content or meaning of these objects targeted is the noema Whitehead, britanicq However, there are differences with respect to the a priori of each: For this reason, it is called method of phenomenological reduction, by suspending the assumptions that prevent to see the thing itself.


It refers to a transcendental vritanica, not personal-empirical, as a being who knows, feels, desires, etc. Husserl et les limites du modele intentionnaliste de la conscience. The problematization arose when Husserl perceived that consciousness could not be reduced only to the empirical self, described by the empirical psychology, which investigates the psyche integrated to the psychophysical nature in the natural attitude and does not guarantee apodicticity.

philosopher’s desk: Edmund Husserl: El Artículo “Fenomenología” de la Enciclopedia Británica

The overcoming of the disadvantaged position of psychology in relation to the natural sciences is only possible by fulfilling such a task. Cien anos de fenomenologia: Husserl in the Article of assures that although the experience of the other is not immediate as mine oneselfboth are experiences, in which the task of also making phenomenologically understandable the psychic life of the person and the community with all the intentionalities that refer to it, arises.

The English version, translated by Richard E. That is, in the subject-object correlation we find two poles in the subject, one characterized by the act that aims noesis and the pole of the thing aimed noema. Edmund Husserl – German philosopher who developed phenomenology Husserl.

Edmund Husserl

The transcendental reduction raises the passage from the natural to the 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.

Thus, it also demands the exploration of intentional psychic processes, in consonance huxserl 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.

In relation to the foundation of Phenomenology, about the question of Husserl of how it is possible for the cognizing subject to reach, with certainty and evidence, a reality that is external to him?


Phenomenology — Britannica Article, Received: Such an attitude does not seek to question the existence or validity of the things of the world, but seeks a contact with the things evidently apodictic, to reach their essences. Husserl moves to the thematic of the eidetic reduction, in which the change of polarization from thing-pole to self-pole is evinced, causing phenomenology to be redirected analytically from the object to the transcendental ego.

Husserl defines Phenomenology as a new descriptive method intended to provide the fundamental basis for a rigorously scientific philosophy and that will, to a consequent development, allow a reform of all sciences. It is pure while considers the psychological in its specificity and its radical difference from everything that is physical.

Husserl criticized the common denominator of all scientific-natural psychologies that is the causality Porta, Context of the philosopher and his work Edmund Husserl, was a mathematician and philosopher, and was born on April 8, According to his ideas, phenomenology is the science that investigates the intentional experiences, that is, everything that appears to consciousness in all its possible significations. From this, Husserl observes that the method of articulk phenomenological reduction is constituted in accordance with the double aspect of the phenomenological descriptions, the noetic-noematic analysis.

Cf Husserl, EdmundIdeas relativas una fenomenologia pura y una filosofia fenomenologica, Libro Primero: The fundamental character of the psychic is the intentionality In this way, only the definitive overcoming of the transcendental psychologism presupposes the full development of the phenomenological psychology.