Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to Edmund Husserl (1859–1938), philosopher who founded phenomenology.

Etymologies

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Husserl +‎ -ian

Examples

  • Derrida's analysis of the Husserlian idea of expression, the will must come out of itself while remaining wholly inside: in expression the "meaning intends an outside which is that of an ideal ob-ject; this outside is then ex-pressed and goes forth beyond itself into another outside, which is always 'in' consciousness."

    'The Abyss of the Past': Psychoanalysis in Schelling's Ages of the World (1815)

  • For example, the Husserlian denounces the Marxist for failing to carry out the reduction and engage in a phenomenological analysis of intentionality, while the Marxist turns around and denounces the Husserlian for failing to carry out a historical and economic investigation into the origins of his very conception of the world i.e., the Marxist denounces the Husserlian for bourgeois individualism.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • This is the most significant difference between the existentialists and Husserlian phenomenology: the existentialists link the power to disclose the world to the necessity of human beings to decide who they should be, in terms of the fundamental values directing a person's life.

    Existentialist Aesthetics

  • In his youth Kant's doctrines made a great impression on him; later he was stirred both by Fichte's metaphysical idealism and by Husserlian phenomenology.

    Hermann Weyl

  • The Husserlian metaphor of ˜perspective™ is appropriated and transformed into a general formula for both the power of perception and the metaphysical condition of the human being.

    Existentialist Aesthetics

  • For example, the Husserlian denounces the Marxist for failing to carry out the reduction and engage in a phenomenological analysis of intentionality, while the Marxist turns around and denounces the Husserlian for failing to carry out a historical and economic investigation into the origins of his very conception of the world i.e., the Marxist denounces the Husserlian for bourgeois individualism.

    The curious critical/dogmatic divide from Kant to Ken

  • This was after she concluded that Saussarian linguistics was woefully inadequate in its inability to successful resolve the Two Mandarin Ducks And A Trumpeter Swan Paradox that has so bedevilled post-Husserlian phenomenology.

    Philosophy And Waterfowl

  • She began with Husserlian phenomenology, moved on to empathy, and then wove her observations into an acknowledgment of the work of all the participating poets.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • This was after she concluded that Saussarian linguistics was woefully inadequate in its inability to successful resolve the Two Mandarin Ducks And A Trumpeter Swan Paradox that has so bedevilled post-Husserlian phenomenology.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • She began with Husserlian phenomenology, moved on to empathy, and then wove her observations into an acknowledgment of the work of all the participating poets.

    DLR Poetry Now Festival 2009

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