CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: HUSSERL, KANT, AND THE TRANSCENDENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY
Title and abstract (5-800 words): Feb 28, 2017.
Final Paper (7-10,000 words): Jan. 15, 2018.
Date of publication will be Fall 2018.
Transcendental phenomenology is not simply a theory about the structure of (inter)subjectivity, nor is it merely a discourse about how we understand and perceive the natural world and our sense-constitutive activities and passivities. It is not even a theory about
how the world appears to us, if such a theory is supposed to be complemented by a further investigation (left to metaphysics) of what the world itself is like. Transcendental phenomenology aims to answer
the following question: “in what
way is the being of
the world, the
me, grounded in my
intending, in my streaming experiencing and otherwise conscious life, and in
my enduring features”? (Edmund
Husserl, Husserliana XXXIV: 244)
Despite of a long tradition
and discussion of Husserl’s transcendental thinking, the deep meaning of the idea of a transcendental constitution of
consciousness remains even today troublingly
We would like to take Husserl’s references seriously and reflect
on the following topics:
and the Husserlian notion of the
The distinction between the transcendental and the natural, the transcendental and the psychological,
the transcendental and
notion of a world-annihilation
The idea of
The transcendental foundation of the
of transcendental phenomenology to post-Kantian
and the critique of
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