Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

Author Item Excerpt Meta data
Husserl, E.
Books on Amazon
Terminology Chisholm II 153
Noema/Husserl: the act itself constitutes the object. - Separation of files and transcendental objects. II 154
ChisholmVsHusserl: the noema explains nothing.
Hu I 19/57
Husserl: Research Strategy: Scheme part-whole - general thesis: the existence of the world is not questioned, only our statements about it. - The scheme is true/false cannot be recognized by mere observation.
I 37
Reell/Husserl: not intentional, but also: the color quality experiences an "objectifying view" and the "perception complexion" is also real. - Meaning/Husserl: what is meant by a sign, the speaker gives the sound a sense. - We refer to an object by meaning- Meaning/Husserl: power of consciousness. - Phenomenological pre-understanding: all objects exist only as intentional units.
I 39
Noema(thought)/Husserl: a) relational sense: as intension, b) subject core as a carrier - Noesis: performance, nature of the conception sense, (Greek: noesis = perception).
I 53
"Principle of all principles"/Husserl: the requirement that only one "originally given view" may be the reason of knowledge. E.g. mathematical axioms. Husserl excludes here any reference to empirical statements and creates the relation of consciousness to itself as a suitable method. "way of givennes to oneself".
I 58
Bracketing (Era): prior knowledge is enclosed in parentheses.
I 42 f
Definition Noesis: performance, nature of the conception sense. (Greek: the perception, comprehension).
I 43
Definition Noema: Greek: the idea - two aspects of the intentional object: a) noematic meaning (content), the "how" of the determinations. Coherent sense unit in the abundance of various provisions - I 44 - b) noematic object (objectively) "core", linking point and support of various predicates. That, with what an identical "something" is being held.
I 65 ff
Horizon of possibilities. (Given by any act of consciousness.)
I 67
Interior Horizon(/ Husserl: anticipation of the dimension of meaning - outside horizon: perception is not limited to one object, but to the entire space of possible objects.
I 68
Appresentation: co-meaning.
I 69
Apperception: rethinks contents of sensation into attributes of objectivity - truth/Husserl: tied to the process of closer definition - eidetic variation/Husserl: activated by contingencies - Constitution/Husserl: it is a performance of consciousness when an object is given to us to look at. - I 45 thought/Husserl: if one understands the thinking as a process, you can see that predicates can convert.
I 72
Definition kinesthesia/Husserl: the conscious moving during perception> body awareness. The body is turned into the organ of perception. The sensations can no longer be regarded as single, completed, last units, depending on the way of thinking. They are in a sequence - I 85 - transcendental ego/Husserl: has a primordial sphere: initially there are only own things in the private sphere. We assume others to be a transcendental ego as we are. (> Empathy). - Intersubjectivity/Husserl: a) objects, b) social. - Objectivity/Husserl: through a variety of perspectives. - Environment/Husserl: a) set by the intentional consciousness b) set by a communicating association of people. - The communicative environment is previous to any selfish.
Tugendhat I 167
"syncategorematic"/Husserl:. s. expressions are not representing an object.
Tugendhat I 177
Husserl: main term "species": Translation of the Greek eidos: sight, appearance. (S.U .: common feature in Kant, term).
E. Husserl
I Peter Prechtl Husserl zur Einführung, Hamburg 1991 (Junius)
II "Husserl" aus Hauptwerke der Philosophie des 20. Jahrhunderts, Stuttgart
Chi I
R. Chisholm
Die erste Person Frankfurt 1992

Roderick M. Chisholm
Erkenntnistheorie Graz 2004

Tu I
E. Tugendhat
Vorlesungen zur Einführung in die Sprachanalytische Philosophie Frankfurt 1976

E. Tugendhat
Philosophische Aufsätze Frankfurt 1992

> Counter arguments against Husserl

back to list view | > Suggest your own contribution | > Suggest a correction
Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-03-23