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Author Keller, Pierre, 1956-

Title Husserl and Heidegger on Human Experience
Published Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999
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Contents Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- GENERAL REMARKS -- OUTLINE OF THE ARGUMENT -- CHAPTER 1 Experience and intentionality -- INTENTIONALITY AND NATURALISM -- THE ARISTOTELIAN LEGANCY OF INTENTIONALITY -- BRENTANO AND INTENTIONAL INEXISTENCE -- NON-EXISTENT OBJECTS IN THE BRENTANO SCHOOL -- FROM INTENTIONAL OBJECT TO FUNCTIONAL ROLE -- INTENTIONAL AND INTENSIONAL OBJECT IN THE "INVESTIGATIONS -- HUSSERL'S BRENTANO CRITIQUE -- CHAPTER 2 Husserl's methodologically solipsistic perspective -- THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL REDUCTION AND THE TRANSCENDENTAL EGO -- FROM I TO WE EXPERIENCE -- THE PERSONALISTIC AND NATURALISTIC PERSPECTIVES -- CHAPTER 3 Husserl's theory of time-consciousness -- THE TEMPORALITY OF EXPERIENCE AND THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL REDUCTION -- DURATION VERSUS PUNCTUAL MOMENT -- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MEMORY AND PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EXPECTATION -- ABSOLUTE TIME-CONSCIOUSNESS -- CRITICAL EVALUATION -- CHAPTER 4 Between Husserl, Kierkegaard, and Aristotle -- INTENTIONALITY, THE CONCEPT OF A PERSON, AND HUMAN EXISTENCE -- CATEGORIAL INTUITION AND ONTOLOGY -- READING HUSSERL THROUGH THE EYES OF ARISTOTLE -- DISCLOSURE AND CORRESPONDENCE -- "DA-SEIN" AND DISCLOSURE -- TIME AND TRUTH -- CHAPTER 5 Heidegger's critique of Husserl's methodological solipsism -- HEIDEGGER'S CRITIQUE OF HUSSERL'S PLATONISM -- HUMAN EXISTENCE AND THE ESSENCE OF THE INTENTIONAL -- IS THE PERSON A MERE ANNEX TO THE NATURAL WORLD? -- A METAPHYSICS OF LEVELS AND THE PRIMACY OF PERCEPTION -- CHAPTER 6 Heidegger on the nature of significance -- LANGUAGE AND SIGNIFICANCE -- THE STRUCTURE OF SIGNIFICANCE -- HEIDEGGER'S REVISION OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL REDUCTION AND THE BREAKDOWN OF SIGNIFICANCE -- CHAPTER 7 Temporality as the source of intelligibility -- DAS MAN -- BEING-WITH -- NEGLECTING HISTORY -- TIME AS THE SOURCE OF ALL INTELLIGIBILITY
CHAPTER 8 Heidegger's theory of time -- CARE AND TEMPORALITY -- DEMONSTRATIVE DISCOURSE AND THE VULGAR NOTION OF TIME -- RELATIVITY AND THE NOW -- TIME AND NATURE -- CHAPTER 9 Spatiality and human identity -- THE INSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION OF THE SELF -- THE LOCKEAN CONCEPTION OF A PERSON -- RECONSTRUCTING THE LOCKEAN CONCEPTION OF PERSONAL IDENTITY -- CHAPTER 10 "Dasein'' and the forensic notion of a person -- TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR ONESELF -- RESPONSIBILITY AND EVERYDAY SELF-IDENTITY -- Select bibliography -- WORKS OF HUSSERL -- WORKS OF HEIDEGGER -- SELECT SECONDARY LITERATURE -- Index
Summary A sophisticated and accessible comparison of Husserl's phenomenological philosophy and Heidegger's existential phenomenology, first published in 1999
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 242-257) and index
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Subject Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938.
Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938 -- Contributions in philosophy of experience
Philosophy of experience
Form Electronic book
LC no. 98011678
ISBN 9780511150173 (electronic bk)
OTHER TI ProQuest Ebook Central