Diakrisis 1:29-44 (2018)

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In the natural attitude, and in the ordinary language, religion is strictly bound to transcendence. In this paper I ask whether the concept of “transcendence” is legitimate in the phenomenological dimension, which is opened by the methodological operation of reduction to the immanence of transcendental consciousness. By examining how “transcendence” gains increasingly importance in Husserl’s thought, the necessity emerges to distinguish three levels of it: intentional transcendence, intersubjective transcendence and transcendence as “superposition”. Such distinction allows to rethink the sense, the possibilities and the limits of phenomenology of religion. Keywords: Husserl, transcendence, epoché, reduction, intersubjectivity, religion.
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