Manuscrito 23 (2):251-274 (2000)

Nythamar De Oliveira
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul
Nythamar De Oliveira
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul
Starting from the sensuous perception of what is seen, an attempt is made at re-casting a Husserlian theory of constitution of the object of intuition, as one leaves the natural attitude through a transcendental method, by positing several theses so as to avoid the aporias of philosophical binary oppositions such as rationalism and empiri-cism, realism and idealism, logicism and psychologism, subjectivism and objectivism, transcendentalism and ontologism, metaphysics and positivism. Throughout fifty-five theses on constitution, the Husserlian proposal of continuously reforming philosophizing by transcendental reduction is revisited, leaving the latter incomplete as new conversions are required by noetic-noematic correlations between world and consciousness
Keywords constitution  intuition  experience
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