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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For this reason, they must be aware of the flexibility of the phenomenological method proposed by Husserl and its various levels, to comply with that the author proposed, since phenomenology should not be conceived as a new approach to psychology but as an epistemological assumption.

In the fully reflective attitude, the philosopher will observe things in their original and immediate pureness, letting himself be guided exclusively by them. He criticized the major philosophical systems, not only in the Article ofbut also in the periods from to and then between andin which he studied the project of the phenomenological psychology, also opposing the psychologism, not accepting the theories that disregarded the proper nature of the psyche.

Only the phenomenological psychology is capable of performing the intentional analysis in the full sense Porta, It is important to highlight that phenomenology is a way of accessing oneself, so it can be better appropriate by psychology in its methodological aspects, without becoming, however, an explanatory model of psychic reality.

Thus, only the route through psychology is presented as a reduction applied specifically to the subjectivity, that is, in what is really the essential: 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, husesrl is, what Husserl called reduction for the essences.

It is with the identification of the nature of the intentional consciousness and the constitutive nature of the intentional objects that we busserl reach the full meaning of the hussero of the phenomena.

Cf Husserl, EdmundIdeas relativas una fenomenologia pura y una filosofia fenomenologica, Libro Primero: Intentionality constitutes synthesis or unit, an active and passive constitution.

The English version, translated by Richard E. Therefore, Porta states, this full development is a necessary condition for the definitive understanding of the transcendental psychologism. Article of Britannica phenomenology still needs clarification, because when the true meaning of the philosophical- transcendental problem and the transcendental reduction is unveiled, it pure psychology will, in the possession of the transcendental phenomenology as a mere reversion of its doctrinal content in transcendental terms.


Then, he began the study of the phenomenological-transcendental reduction, with huserl intention of describing the pure consciousness.

What is new in is the way in which Husserl conceived the psychological reduction, starting to distinguish explicitly between a psychological-phenomenological-reduction and a phenomenological-transcendental-reduction, and in that period there was the final and definitive understanding and overcoming of the transcendental psychologism, themes discussed during this work.

Inthe first and second part of The Crisis of the European Sciences and the Transcendental Phenomenology were published in Belgrade due to the prohibition of his works in the Germany of Hitler, and it was encicloperia in that this work was published in its entirety. Husserl phenomenological phenomenologist phenomenology philosophy. Teoria de todos y partes: However, the composition made into English by Dr.

Husserl, Edmund – definition of Husserl, Edmund by The Free Dictionary

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. Salmon of Oxford, no matter how Husserl agreed, is not so much a translation as a paraphrase of the final version of the article of Husserl for the Encyclopedia Britannica, therefore, not so faithful. Husserl affirms in the Article, that on top of the first static phenomenology it will be built at higher levels, a genetic phenomenology.

Husserl explains that a particular method of access britannica necessary for the pure phenomenological field: Original publicado em Much as arhiculo translational difficulties could be present in this type of text, considering the expressions in the phenomenological context, specific to its terminology, it was aimed to maintain the original husseel of the work, as close as possible to the sense of world that Husserl proposed.

Husserl then presents the intentional consciousness, from Brentano, however, reformulating it, in the sense that all consciousness is consciousness of something, is a aiming at something that is directed at the objects.

The encicloprdia is that transcendental psychologism in its purest form can only be overcome through reduction by way of psychology in the way in which this was conceived in El concepto de pasividad en Edmund Husserl.

The philosopher explains that the very function of the method to achieve a fully reasoned universal science demands an infinite task of establishing the complete universe of the a priori in its transcendental self-reference and, therefore, in its autonomy and perfect methodological clarity. Journal of the British Approved: Phenomenology has been retaken by contemporary specialists, due to the need to understand its contributions and possibilities.


The very final version of Husserl, Draft D, was never fully published in life, because the 2 From now on, we are referring to this text just as Article.

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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.

Agreeing with the proposal not to cease the investigation, we seek so to interpret the work of Husserl without attempting to conclude the ideas on phenomenological psychology. This requires the establishment of a specific discipline, the pure psychology.

So, the importance of this dde starts from the need to hueserl what is a truly phenomenological psychology. 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.

Osorno41 It is pure while considers the psychological in its specificity and its radical difference from everything that is physical. Husserl points out that subjectivism, for instance, can only be overcome by its most universal and consistent form, that is, the phenomenological resolution comes from the transcendental sphere, in the most universal form of an investigation about the essences that is related uniformly to the transcendental subjectivity, in its transcendental orientation.

The task of pure psychology is the re-foundation of philosophy, hussrel the methodological basis for acquiring the same status as the scientific psychology, through the precise fixation of its fundamental concepts.

It arises the question that, would we then be psychologically dual beings? The radicalism of the phenomenology of Husserl is based precisely on the project of reconsidering the world and subjectivity, from the suspension l all and any existence, and for this reason he affirms that the place of the transcendental is neutral, since it suspends any already established ontology; when suspending the existential thesis, he emphasizes the reduction to the conscience.

The destiny of scientific philosophy depends on a radical overcoming of every trait of psychologism, an overcoming that not only exposes the initial contradiction of psychologism, but also does justice to its transcendentally significant core of truth.