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Husserl's Cartesian Meditations

Week 1

Introduction through Fourth Meditation

Week 2

Fifth Meditation through Conclusion

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  • Brian

    Upset i had to miss this. Please fill me in on how to talk about transcendence

    November 14, 2012

  • Richard McAvoy S.

    Hussrel's move bracketing is overcome in Marcel's secondary reflection on experience and Heidegar's hermaneuticand Berdaev's "start out knowing", However he started the discussions on the phenomenology of the self and the world

    November 9, 2012

    • Erik C.

      Not being a scholar of Husserl, I wonder what it means to overcome bracketing. I'll try to work it out to the best of my ability as a sort of practice, and perhaps you can help me fill in gaps or steer me in the right direction.

      With bracketing I assume you're speaking about epoche. If bracketing is overcome, it implies that it set itself up as resistant to something - what was it resisting?

      I can see how bracketing sets up limits, and so these are sorts of resistances to moving out beyond a certain point. I'm really not sure if any epoche is meant to be final in Husserl. Perhaps as a kind of ideal there would be a final bracketing? So it is this ideal that is overcome? But we haven't even gotten to the ideal.

      November 9, 2012

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