Ideas: General Introduction to Pure Phenomenology
Presents Husserl's transcendental phenomenology in which he seeks to found an a priori science in which the data of intuition is absolutely certain and prior to all empirical investigation
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Husserl develops his theory of Phenomenology, an analysis of the components of consciousness.
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absolute acts actual already analyses appears apprehended axiological belong character clear cogito concepts concerning concrete consciousness constituted correlate corresponding determined directed distinction doxic eidetic science Eidos empirical essence essential connexions essential nature expression fact fancy formal formal logic formal ontology function fundamental further genus glance grasp grounded Idea ideal immanent indicated inquiry insight instance intentional experiences intentional object intentionality intuition intuitionally judgment kind knowledge Logical Studies manifold mathesis universalis matter menological method modalities mode modifications natural standpoint ness neutral noematic noeses noesis noetic ontical ontologies perceived perception phases pheno phenomenological reduction philosophy possible predicates present principle priori problems psychology pure Ego pure logical pure transcendental question rational reality reference reflexion region relation respect sciousness self-evidence sense sensory specific sphere stratum stream of consciousness stream of experience syntactical synthetic synthetic consciousness term theory thesis thetic thing transcendent transcendental unity whole