Phenomenological Method: Theory and Practice by F. KerstenPhenomenological Method: Theory and Practice by F. Kersten

Phenomenological Method: Theory and Practice

byF. Kersten

Paperback | October 1, 2011

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This book has two parts. The first part is chiefly concerned with critically establishing the universally necessary order of the various steps of transcendental phenomenological method; the second part provides specific cases of phenomenological analysis that illustrate and test the method established in the first part. More than this, and perhaps even more important in the long run, the phenomeno­ logical analyses reported in the second part purport a foundation for drawing phenomenological-philosophical conclusions about prob­ lems of space perception, "other minds," and time perception. The non-analytical, that is, the literary, sources of this book are many. Principal among them are the writings of Husserl (which will be accorded a special methodological function) as well as the writings of his students of the Gottingen and Freiburg years. Of the latter especially important are the writings and, when memory serves, the lectures of Dorion Cairns and Aron Gurwitsch. Of the former especially significant are the writings of Heinrich Hofmann, Wilhelm Schapp, and Hedwig COlilrad-Martius.
Title:Phenomenological Method: Theory and PracticeFormat:PaperbackPublished:October 1, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401075158

ISBN - 13:9789401075152

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Table of Contents

One The Method of Phenomenological Reductions.- "Wir wollen auf den 'Sachen selbst' zurückgehen".- 1. The Transcendental Phenomenological Reductions.- 2. Specific Transcendental Phenomenological Procedures.- 3. Further Transcendental Procedures.- 4. The Order of Transcendental Phenomenological inquiry That Wills to Return to the "Things Themselves".- Two Transcendental Phenomenology of Space, Time, Other.- The Problem, Plan and Historical Setting of the Constitution of Space and Time.- 5. Transcendental Phenomenological Unbuilding to the Tactually, Visually, and Auditorily Presented in Prespace.- 6. Transcendental Phenomenological Building-up of Quasi-Objective Space In Primary Passivity.- 7. The Transcendental Phenomenological Building-up of Phantom Quasi-objective Space. The Transcendental Phenomenological 'Deduction' of Space.- 8. The Transcendental Phenomenological Building-up of primordial Quasi-objective Space. The Transcendental Phenomenological "Deduction" of Time.- 9. Time, Space, Other.- Notes.- List of Works Cited.