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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The final version of this translation is under review for subsequent publication. However, the analysis of the intentional phenomenon was done from the static point of view and for this reason, he did not want to justify the genesis of this phenomenon. Considering that Psychology could not be the basis for huwserl transcendental philosophy, Husserl indicated Phenomenology as a possibility for a Phenomenological Psychology and this as a structure of the scientific psychology.

Husserl already seems to introduce this reflection about the crisis of the sciences, which will also reflect in the Cartesian Meditations and brianica the work Crisis, besides the article for the Britannica. It is relevant britanicq this work the explanation, inof a final understanding and overcoming of transcendental psychologism, in its most refined form.

This brief ennciclopedia on the Article of Husserl was intended to contribute to the access to Phenomenology, as well as to expand the understanding of his theory. 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, Husserl contradicted the naturalistic scientism and the logicism, thus having as his objective, the inauguration of a new foundation, a theory of theories, whether of pure logic or enciclopeddia psychology, and from there arose Phenomenology as a foundation for the sciences.

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.


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

To prove the thesis that the refined transcendental psychologism can only be definitively overcome by the path of the phenomenological psychology, he clarifies that the reduction occurs in two steps, as a double reduction: For this reason, it is called method of phenomenological reduction, by suspending the assumptions that prevent to see the thing itself.

The radicalism of the phenomenology of Husserl is based precisely on the project of reconsidering the world and subjectivity, from the suspension of 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 brritanica to the conscience.

El concepto de pasividad en Edmund Husserl. In the yearsHusserl made important developments concerning the theme of phenomenological psychology. Husserl explains that a particular method of access is necessary for the pure phenomenological field: Therefore, the transcendental question, in its universality, includes the entire kingdom of transcendental ingenuity and calls into question every possible world simply alleged in the natural attitude.

If, in huserl, Husserl combats the logical psychologism derived from the empirical psychology; as ofafter the transcendental turn and the discovery of the transcendental reduction, the author starts to combat the transcendental psychologism in its various forms.

Edmund Husserl

Husserl et les limites du modele intentionnaliste de la conscience. Phenomenological Psychology, Journal of Phenomenology,15 2 Husserl will later direct the discussion to the concept of Life-world Lebensweltwhich serves for a radical criticism of encic,opedia sciences. I this way, Husserl revises these concepts in Crisis, in which the author in addition to study modernity in relation to temporality assumes transcendental phenomenology as the only possibility for philosophy to win the statute of the absolute reason, since for him Philosophy is the Science.

Husserl in the Article of assures that although the experience of the other is not immediate as uusserl 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. From this, before returning to the topic of psychologism, Husserl shows the other as another that cannot be present in my consciousness in the same way as enviclopedia other entities of the world, that is, the other is the stranger of the self.


Hence, this is subjective and refers to the being of consciousness itself, beyond a psychological consciousness. 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. The being of the psychic, while intentional, is nothing other than the being of the phenomenon. Between September and DecemberHusserl wrote an introduction for Phenomenology, to be published in the 14th edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica in 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.

Edmund Husserl – German philosopher who developed phenomenology Husserl. He considered the world-life as a new starting point on the way to transcendental phenomenology, especially for transcendental subjectivity.

Journal of the British Approved: Heidegger, Zubiri y Ricoeur; y sus posibilidades actuales, en especial, en America Ds. When perceiving a cube, for instance, no matter how there are variations in the modes of appearance, we will have consciousness of the cube while bfitanica. Husserl continues to develop the transcendental problem in the work Crisis of the European Sciences and the Transcendental Phenomenology, ofbetter known as Krisis, proposing a new investigation to reach encilopedia transcendental subjectivity as such.

Husserl sought to establish a strict philosophy and, at the same time formulated a rational and pure psychology, namely, a phenomenological psychology inside the philosophical phenome nology. This because, according to the author, it is only when transcendentality is reached that phenomenology can be considered as the first philosophy.