By J. N. Mohanty (auth.)
These essays span a interval of fourteen years. The earliest was once written in 1960, the newest in 1983. all of them signify a variety of makes an attempt to appreciate the factors and the primary techniques of Husserl's transcen dental phenomenology, and to find the latter within the history of different forms of transcendental philosophy. Implicitly, in addition they con tain a security of transcendental philosophy, and make makes an attempt to answer the extra frequent criticisms opposed to it. it's was hoping that they are going to give a contribution to a greater figuring out not just of Husserl's transcen dental phenomenology but additionally of transcendental philosophy in gener al. The ordering of the essays isn't chronological. they're particularly divided thematically into 3 teams. the 1st team of six essays is worried with bearing on Husserlian phenomenology to extra contem porary analytic matters: in truth, the hole essay on Husserl and Frege establishes a definite continuity of shock with my final released ebook with that identify. of those, Essay 2 was once written for an American Philosophical organization, japanese department symposium during which the opposite symposiast was once John Searle. The dialogue in that symposium centred mainly at the relation among intentionality and causali ty - which led me to jot down Essay 6, later learn because the Gurwitsch Memo rial Lecture on the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philos ophy conferences in 1982 at Penn State.
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Long & R. White (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979), p. 145. 's philosophy. In the foreword to the first edition of the Logical Investigations, Husser! formulates his worry thus: I felt more and more pushed towards general critical reflections on the essence of logic, and on the relationship, in particular, between the subjectivity of knowing and the objectivity of the content known. 17 The "mystery" of this relationship - as he calls it in the draft of the foreword to the second edition of the Logical Investigations - remains untouched by the anti-psychologistic arguments.
In other words, it is not enough if TJ offers a theoretical explanation of T2. It is necessary that TJ does not deny G, but finds a place within its discourse for a G-like category, while T2 cannot find a place within its discourse for an F-like category. In this case, TJ is a more powerful theory than T2. My contention is that the intentional discourse (or theory) is, in this sense, mote powerful and prior to the causal. J The causal theory cannot capture, within its discourse, anything intentionality-like.
The second is to say that the word" Aristotle" does not have a sense at all. The first response confuses the sense of "Aristotle" and the essence of Aristotle; the two need not coincide. Not finding a way to ascertain the true sense from among a host of variable senses, the second response denies that the name has a sense after all. My contention is that, since the sense contains the mode of presentation, what sense one attaches to the proper name depends upon how the person Aristotle is presented to one.
The Possibility of Transcendental Philosophy by J. N. Mohanty (auth.)