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yWhat Is Phenomenology?
Husserl and Philosophic Radicalism
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absolute apodictic appears aspects cogito cognitive concept concerning concrete consciousness constituted Dasein Descartes Duquesne University Edmund Husserl eidetic reduction empirical psychology empirical science ence enological essence essential evidence existence existential existentialist experience fact functioning intentionality fundamental given grasp Hegel Heidegger Heidegger's Herbert Spiegelberg historical human science Husserl's phenomenology Ibid idea ideal Ideen identity immanent insight intentional analysis interpretation intersubjectivity intuition investigation Kant knowledge Krisis life-world logic manifests Martin Heidegger Maurice Merleau-Ponty meaning Merleau-Ponty method mode natural attitude ness noema nomenology object ontological original perceived perception phenome phenomena phenomenological psychology phenomenological reduction phenomenon philosophy position possible present primordial priori problem psychical pure question radical realm reflection relation Sartre Sartre's scendental scientific sciousness sense structure term theory things thinking thought tion Trans transcendent transcendental ego transcendental phenomenology transcendental subjectivity truth understanding unity universal validity Walter Biemel