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Deconstruction and the Transformation of Husserlian Phenomenology

By Chung Chin-Yi


In this paper I will examine Husserl’s attempt to establish a ground for science with the so called transcendental reduction. This will entail both an identification of the problems that Husserl was attempting to solve as well as a careful analysis of Husserl’s account of his methodology. I will then examine how Derrida’s reading, which affirms the phenomenological project in many of its essential aspects, begins to signal a subtle yet ultimately radical disagreement. This disagreement will have lasting implications for our understanding of the possibilities designated by the transcendental method in Husserl’s thinking

Topics: Jacques Derrida, Edmund Husserl, phenomenology, Philosophy (General), B1-5802, Philosophy. Psychology. Religion, B, DOAJ:Philosophy, DOAJ:Philosophy and Religion
Publisher: University of Santo Tomas
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:764c05cde8ef4b1b97ddfc13345de32d
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