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The way of phenomenology; criticism as a philosophical discipline [by] Richard M. Zaner.

New York, Pegasus [1970] .

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Subjects Consciousness.
Psychological Theory.
Series Pegasus traditions in philosophy.
Description xv, 223 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Ways to phenomenology. From the world of daily life: the uncommonness of common sense ; The way of criticism of naturalism and subjectivity ; The historical nexus ; The inherent direction of theses 'ways' -- The sense of phenomenology. The tendencies in previous philosophy ; Descartes: The invitation to evidence ; Hume: Of skepticism and magic ; Kant: The phenomenal labor of consciousness ; Recapitulation: tendency becomes demand ; The "crisis" of philosophy ; The "logos" of "psyche": criticism and consciousness -- The theory of consciousness. Some historical considerations: Franz Brentano ; Husserl's critical response ; Requirements for the theory of consciousness ; The most general characters of consciousness ; The noetic stream of intentiveness ; Intentive syntheses and inner-time consciousness ; Evidence ; Actional and operative strata ; The self ; Positionality and objective sense ; Review: Stratification and foundedness -- The exigency for transcendental philosophy ; The problem of transcendental phenomenology: preliminary considerations ; Psychology, phenomenology, and transcendental phenomenology ; The 'disengagement' as radical reflexivity: self as transcendental ; The exigence of philosophy: why philosophize? ; The necessity for radical philosophical thinking ; Concluding remarks.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)99896
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WorldCat Identities Zaner, Richard M.
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