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The World of the Natural Attitude
The Phenomenological Attitude
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accept action Alfred Schutz analysis Aron Gurwitsch aspect aware become believe bracketed Cartesian Meditations common sense conception concerned concrete consciousness constitution Crisis criticism Descartes doubt Edmund Husserl egological eidetic epoche essence essential Eugen Fink everyday existence existential experience fact familiar fellow free variation fundamental given grasped ground Herbert Spiegelberg horizon human Husserl writes Husserl's thought Ibid idea individual intentional intentionality interpretation intersubjective intuition involved Jean-Paul Sartre Kierkegaard knowledge language life-world logic meaning ment method movement mundane naive natural attitude noema nomenology objective science origin paradox perceived perception person phenom phenomenological attitude phenomenological reduction phenomenological terms phenomenology position possible present presupposes primordial problem psychoanalysis psychological question radical reality realm reason recognize reflection relationship Rigorous Science roots Sartre scendental Schutz Shestov social world structure teleology theme thesis tion tran transcendence transcendental ego transcendental subjectivity truth turn ultimate understood unity