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100 1  Siles i Borràs, Joaquim 
245 14 The Ethics of Husserl's Phenomenology :|bResponsibility 
       and Ethical Life 
250    1st ed 
264  1 London :|bBloomsbury Publishing Plc,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (222 pages) 
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490 1  Continuum Studies in Continental Philosophy Ser 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of 
       Abbreviated Titles -- Introduction -- Chapter I: Ethical 
       Life or the Ethical Exercise of Husserl's Phenomenology: 
       Epoché, Reduction and Intentional Explication -- A. The 
       Uncovering of Transcendental Subjectivity -- 1. The crisis
       of modern science and the Forgetfulness of life -- 2. The 
       Idea of renewal, or phenomenology as ethical life -- 3. 
       Epoché or the methodological attitude of phenomenology -- 
       4. Transcendental experience and the question of 'immanent
       transcendence' -- B. The Uncovering of the Spirituality of
       Transcendental Subjectivity -- 1. The transcendental 
       reduction -- 2. The phenomenological explication of the 
       spiritual intersubjectivity of ownness -- Chapter II: 
       Intuition or the Ethical Principle of Phenomenology -- A. 
       Intuition: The Possibility of Free Knowledge -- 1. The 
       straightforward acts of intuition: The role of perception 
       -- 2. The role of the intuition of essences -- 3. The role
       of categorial intuition -- B. The Reason of Thought or the
       Ground of Intuition -- 1. The 'Idea in the Kantian Sense' 
       -- 2. The rationality of thought -- 3. Rationality's pure 
       intuition -- C. The Principle of Principles -- 1. The 
       principle of presuppositionlessness as Idea in the Kantian
       Sense -- Chapter III: The Ethical Extent of Phenomenology:
       Static Intentionality and Its Genetic Possibility -- A. 
       Immanent Intuition or the Apprehension of the Immanency of
       Consciousness -- 1. The question of 'inner perception' and
       the origins of the reduction -- 2. Immanent intuition and 
       the transcendental reduction -- 3. Immanent intuition or 
       the apprehension of the Idea of Consciousness -- B. 
       Intentionality: The Law of Experience and Its Possibility 
       -- 1. Intentionality or the act of meaning the world -- 2.
       Intentionality or the act of living the world 
505 8  3. Intentionality: The Ideal Law of Consciousness and its 
       primary possibility -- Chapter IV: The Ethical Depth of 
       Phenomenology: Inner Time-Consciousness and the Formal 
       Genesis of Experience -- A. Phenomenal Time -- 1. 
       Phenomenological Epoché or the uncovering of transcendent 
       time -- 2. Immanent time or the temporal perception of the
       object -- 3. Re-presentation and the full stretch of 
       transcendental subjectivity -- B. Pre-Phenomenal Time -- 
       1. Absolute consciousness -- 2. Double intentionality -- 
       3. Embodiment and the Other -- 4. Associative time -- C. 
       The Limits of the Ethical Breadth of Phenomenology -- 1. 
       The ethical depth of phenomenology and the problem of 
       formalism -- Chapter V: The Full Ethical Breadth of 
       Husserl's Inquiry: Genetic Phenomenology and the Question 
       of Reflective Responsibility -- A. Phenomenology of 
       Reflection -- 1. The un-thinkability of absolute 
       consciousness -- 2. The Idea in the Kantian Sense as the 
       form of genesis -- 3. Pure intuition and the rationality 
       of consciousness -- 4. The static genesis of phenomenology
       -- B. The Consolidation of Genetic Phenomenology -- 1. 
       Affection, association and the awakening of consciousness 
       -- 2. Genetic intentionality -- 3. The full breadth of 
       phenomenology: The unveiling of self-responsibility -- 
       Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E --
       F -- G -- H -- I -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -
       - T -- W -- Z 
520    The Ethics of Husserl's Phenomenology aims to relocate the
       question of ethics at the very heart of Husserl's 
       phenomenology. This is based on the idea that Husserl's 
       phenomenology is an epistemological inquiry ultimately 
       motivated by an ethical demand that pervades his writing 
       from the publication of Logical Investigations (1900-1901)
       up to The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental 
       Phenomenology (1935). Joaquim Siles-BorrÁ s traces the 
       ethical concepts apparent throughout Husserl's main body 
       of work and argues that Husserl's phenomenology of 
       consciousness, experience and meaning is ultimately 
       motivated by an ethical demand, by means of which Husserl 
       aims to re-define philosophy and re-found science, with 
       the aim of making philosophy and science capable of 
       dealing with the most pressing questions concerning the 
       meaningfulness of human existence 
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650  0 Husserl, Edmund, -- 1859-1938.;Ethics, Modern -- 20th 
       century 
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