Husserl's Phenomenology: From Pure Logic to Embodiment (Phaenomenologica #238) (Hardcover)

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Husserl's Phenomenology: From Pure Logic to Embodiment (Phaenomenologica #238) (Hardcover)


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This text examines the many transformations in Husserl's phenomenology that his discoveries of the nature of appearing lead to. It offers a comprehensive look at the Logical Investigations' delimitation of the phenomenological field, and continues with Husserl's account of our consciousness of time. This volume examines Husserl's turn to transcendental idealism and the problems this raises for our recognition of other subjects. It details Husserl's account of embodiment and takes largely from his manuscripts, both published and unpublished, dealing with his theory of instincts, his considerations of mortality and the teleological character of our existence. This book appeals to students and researchers and presents a genetic account of our selfhood, one that unifies Husserl's different claims about who and what we are.

James Mensch is Emeritus Professor at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Rector's Prize for the best book published by a faculty member of Charles University in 2020. He is the author of fourteen previously published monographs. His focus is on phenomenology and its applications to contemporary problems.
Product Details ISBN: 9783031261466
ISBN-10: 3031261461
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: May 5th, 2023
Pages: 160
Language: English
Series: Phaenomenologica