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By Joaquim Siles i Borras

The Ethics of Husserl’s Phenomenology goals to relocate the query of ethics on the very center of Husserl’s phenomenology. this can be in accordance with the concept that Husserl’s phenomenology is an epistemological inquiry finally prompted by way of a moral call for that pervades his writing from the booklet of Logical Investigations (1900-1901) as much as The problem of eu Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology (1935).
Joaquim Siles-Borràs lines the moral strategies obvious all through Husserl’s major physique of labor and argues that Husserl’s phenomenology of awareness, adventure and that means is finally inspired through a moral call for, through which Husserl goals to re-define philosophy and re-found technological know-how, with the purpose of constructing philosophy and technology able to facing the main urgent questions about the meaningfulness of human life.

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Husserl, however, emphasizes the aspect of contingency that defines the fact qua individual, arguing that even though facts are experienced in a determinate space and time they are not limited to that space and time, for they can be apprehended in another context of space and time. If this is possible, Husserl continues to argue, it is because this fact can be understood in relation to a non-factual ideal essence that is contained within the fact. Husserl understands the ideal essence (Eidos or Wesen) as that which does not change with the place and time in which the fact is apprehended in its contingency.

One is the notion of eidetic science. The other is the notion of Eidos. The phenomenological task of returning to such an original transcendental level of experience in which the object appears in its own eidetic originality does not imply a cancellation or a denial of the natural and human sciences. 54 To suspend the naturalistic attitude signifies here the suspension of the sciences not qua science but qua the apprehension of empirical facts as the primal source of experience. 55 Phenomenology holds in suspension the nature of the facts as well as the notion of sensualistic experience that renders them as facts.

In the last chapter of this study I will discuss these questions in greater detail. In the meantime, the following sections and chapters offer an exposé and a first analysis of how this ethical life represented by a reflective responsibility for autonomy, for presuppositionlessness, motivates and is made manifest throughout the development of Husserl’s phenomenological inquiry itself. §3. Epoché or the methodological attitude of phenomenology The question of epoché in Husserl’s phenomenology is the most immediate methodological expression of the requirement for an ethical life by means of which phenomenology aims to inaugurate the all-encompassing science of the human spirit, with the ultimate aim of renewing the meaningfulness of humanity.

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