Complexity by Badii R., Politi A.

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After the already mentioned presentation of the transcendental aesthetic, Husserl somehow regretfully observes that the whole discussion remains incomplete and only has an only conditioned validity, because one essential dimension has been ignored. Yet, which dimension? “The fact of corporeality” [Die Tatsache der Leiblichkeit], which, however, is supposed to play a major role in sensible experience (Hua Mat IV, p. 182). This is Husserl’s answer. The lived-body is here approached with respect to both the ontological-descriptive and the constitutive moment of the transcendental aesthetic.

24). Also, the notion of substance, which Sommer (1985, pp. ) adopts to define Husserl’s approach to subjectivity, should not be interpreted as referring to a mere res. Certainly, the Ego is the pole that remains identical through the temporal flux of experiences. Nevertheless, the Ego dynamically individuates or temporalizes itself in the singular experiences. In this respect, see Summa (2013). 21 Hua XIII, p. 124/(Husserl 2006, p. 15). 1 Husserl’s Aesthetic Facing Empirio-Criticism 25 monism.

Heidegger (1977, pp. 71–84, 90–97, 254–261; 1979, pp. 90–91). Pradelle (2000, pp. ) also endorses the same criticism with regard to Husserl’s transcendental aesthetic. 32 This approach is rather consistent throughout Husserl’s work. Cf. Hua III/1, pp. 344–348/ (Husserl 1983, pp. 355–359); Hua VI, pp. /(Husserl 1970, pp. ). 3 29 Conclusions Can we possibly be satisfied with this distinction of Husserl’s and Avenarius’s agendas and with the programmatic presentation of the aims and the methods of the phenomenological aesthetic?

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