The archaelogy of spirit and the unique self: A Husserlian reading of Conrad-martius [Book Review]

Axiomathes 18 (4):407-424 (2008)
Although the connections of Hedwig Conrad-Martius’ ontological phenomenology, what she called, “realontology,” to Husserl’s transcendental phenomenology were constant concerns that usually remained in the background of her work, on occasion they became foreground. Similarly the problems surrounding the individuation of the person and spirit were persistent but rather marginal in her writings. In this paper I want first to review some of the issues as they are connected to ontological and transcendental phenomenology. Then I want to relate them to the cosmological and theological issues that were no less important for Conrad-Martius.
Keywords Transcendental and Ontological Phenomenology “I”  Who  First-person reference  Origin  Individuality  Creation
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