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The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology: An ...
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absolute already analysis Apel and Habermas Apel's apodictic appearance being-in-the-world being-with being-with-one-another belongs Chapter characterized claims concept of constitution concrete experience condition of possibility consciousness consensus correlate critique currently actual Da-sein distinction emphasizes ence epistemology existence experienced Fink foreign fundamental Heidegger Hence horizon Husserl's phenomenology Husserliana ideal identity implies individual insofar intentional intentional object intentionality interpretation intersub intersubjective validity intuitively investigation ject jectivity language language game linguistic lived bodily lived body matter means merely Merleau-Ponty mode of givenness monads mundane naturally normality object objectivating ontic ontological open intersubjectivity other-as-subject other's perceived perception plurality precisely present presupposes primal primordial priori problem question radical reduction reference reflections relation relationship rience Sartre scendental Schutz sense solipsism solipsistic speak stream of consciousness structure temporal thematic theory thing tion tran transcendence transcendental intersubjectivity transcendental phenomenology transcendental subjectivity truth ultimately understanding unity world in common