The Basic Problems of Phenomenology: From the Lectures, by Edmund Husserl (auth.)

By Edmund Husserl (auth.)

This e-book presents a quick advent to Husserlian Phenomenology by means of Husserl himself. Husserl extremely popular his paintings "The simple difficulties of Phenomenology" as easy for his concept of the phenomenological relief. He thought of this paintings as both primary for the speculation of empathy and intersubjectivity, for his idea of the life-world, and for his deliberate "great systematic work." It contrasts favorably with a number of later "introductions" simply because, even if rather short, it has a bigger scope than they do and conveys in a comparatively ordinary means the experience of unpolluted new beginnings. additional, with the appendices, it unearths Husserl in a serious discussion with himself. That the second one a part of the lectures used to be by no means written down, will be accounted for partly, simply because at the moment Husserl used to be busy writing the 1911 path-breaking essay, which enhances those lectures, "Philosophy as a Rigorous Science."

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Of course, when I describe what is experienced or simply found I 35 make judgments. But these purely descriptive judgments are, as such, TEXT (1910–1911) 5 10 15 20 25 30 11 mere expressions of the experiences, of what has been found, and are, as such, in a certain sense absolutely evident, namely, evident precisely as mere expressions, just as the description of a fiction, if it is faithful, clearly has this evidence. If the I describes that which is found or experienced in its particular determinateness or indefinite [121] generality,18 then all this is posited as being, and, notwithstanding the evidence belonging to the correctness of the expression, which may be a perfect one, the judgment comes with the evidence of the thesis of experience, which, to be sure, is an evidence, but, speaking generally, is an imperfect evidence nevertheless.

That concept of the world of the natural attitude. On the other hand, it also could be shown that an exact and profound description of this kind is in no way something that can be accomplished easily but rather requires extraordinarily difficult reflections. However, here, we will not speak of such philosophical interests, even though our own project in these lectures is in tune with these same philosophical interests. For our immediate goals, these raw beginnings that we have given will suffice.

Editor’s note. 24 “In which case, of course, the word appearing is to be understood in a fitting way” later deleted. — Editor’s note. 25 And all of this falls within the framework of psychology in the sense that it is apprehended within the already described natural attitude’s manner of apprehending. The psychological I belongs to objective time, the same time to which the spatial world belongs, to the time that is measured by clocks and other chronometers. , their spatial–temporal existence and condition (Dasein und Sosein).

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