Ideas Y Valores 68 (171):251-277 (2019)

Hernán G. Inverso
Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA)
RESUMEN Husserl se esforzò por desarrollar vías de abordaje a la fenomenología que facilitaran su expansión. En "La filosofía como ciencia estricta" traza un diagnóstico de los obstáculos en el entramado de naturalismo e historicismo, y estudia su lógica de construcción a través de tres tópicos: apelación al psicologismo como elemento del naturalismo, interpretación de Hume como protofenomenólogo y lectura historicista de Dilthey. Esto permitirá observar datos relevantes sobre el modo como Husserl concibe en este período la especificidad y alcances de la fenomenología. ABSTRACT Husserl endeavored to develop approaches to phenomenology that would facilitate its expansion. In "Philosophy as Rigorous Science", he provides a diagnosis of the obstacles found in the interweaving of naturalism and historicism, and analyzes the logic of its construction by means of three themes: the appeal to psychologism as an element of naturalism, the interpretation of Hume as a proto-phenomenologist, and the historicist reading of Dilthey. This makes it possible to obtain relevant information regarding the manner in which Husserl conceived the specificity and scope of phenomenology during that period.
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DOI 10.15446/ideasyvaiores.v68m71.57514
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