Taking a Transcendental Stance: Anti-Representationalism and Direct Realism in Kant and Husserl View Full Text


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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Julia Jansen

ABSTRACT

So much effort has gone into dusting Husserl off in order to make him fit for contemporary debate. Specifically, the dust of classical German philosophy—‘idealism’ for short—had to come off. Kantian dust was particularly irritating because it drew attention to Husserl’s transcendental idealism, which was unfashionable—even amongst Husserlians—from its inception. A good look at both Kant and Husserl, however, shows that this is nothing to fear. If anything, a comparison with Kant bolsters Husserl’s realism, helps one understand the distinctiveness of his transcendental idealism, and highlights Husserl’s methodological commitment to the sole justificatory power of phenomenological evidence. More... »

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79-92

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TITLE

Husserl und die klassische deutsche Philosophie

ISBN

978-3-319-01709-9
978-3-319-01710-5

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-01710-5_6

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