Epistemology, archaeology, ethics: current investigations of Husserl’s corpus

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Epistemology, archaeology, ethics: current investigations of Husserl's corpus


Vandevelde, Pol and Luft, Sebastian

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London/New York

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This volume presents a theoretical and epistemological approach to ethics in archaeology, drawing from the phenomenology of Husserl with discussion of other philosophers such as Barthes, Kant, and Heidegger.

Introduction / Pol Vandevelde and Sebastian Luft

Part I: Toward a broadened epistemology
Epistemic justification and Husserl's "phenomenology of reason" in ideas I / Carlos Alberto Sanchez
A defense of Husserl's method of free variation / David Kasmier
The body as noematic bridge between nature and culture / Luis Román Rabanaque
The logic of disenchantment : a phenomenological approach / Daniel Dwyer
Transcendental subjectivity, embodied subjectivity, and intersubjectivity in Husserl's transcendental idealism / Arun Iyer

Part II: Toward an archaeology of constitution
An aporetic approach to Husserl's reflections on time / John Anders
A positive account of protention and its implications for internal time-consciousness / Neal DeRoo
The worldhood of the perceptual environing world / Adam Konopka
The constitutive and reconstructive building-up of horizons / Roberto J. Walton
The photographic attitude : Barthes for phenomenologistsl / Christian Lotz

Part III: Ethics and philosophical life
Husserl and Heidegger on the transcendental "homelessness" of philosophy / Dermot Moran
Husserl's categorical imperative and his related critique of Kant / Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl
Husserl and Rawls : two attempts to free moral imperatives from their empirical origin / Margaret Steele


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