Hyletic experience and the lived body

Husserl Studies 3 (2):131-166 (1986)
The theory of hyletic data has been criticized and dismissed a number of times since Edmund Husserl proposed it early in this century. This rejection of Husserl's theory has been part of a larger, wholesale critique of the traditional notion of sensation in which theories of sensation have been displaced by theories of perception.
Keywords Husserl  Hyletic data  The lived body  Perception
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DOI 10.1007/BF00156448
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