Experiencing another : phenomenology as poetic doing : Ideas pertaining to a pure phenomenology and to a phenomenology philosophy, second second book : studies in the phenomenology of constitution

  • Monica Carroll

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

Abstract

Husserl’s Ideen II,our central text,is a fragmented work with a betwixt position in Husserl’s Gesammelte Werke; as such it echoes mythic structures. ... this paper argues that for many aspects of life,explanation-based models fail to explain while they simultaneously ignore the ethical consequences of that failure ... this paper argues that dichten (v. poem-ing) is the method for doing phenomenology ... this paper argues that to engage in the ‘phenomenological attitude’ is primarily an actual ‘writing-out’ of aspects of first-person experience in a description ... this paper argues that aesthetic decisions in expressing experience,such as pain or empathy,in intersubjective structures,such as writing-reading,are ethical decisions ... this paper argues that the expression of a subject is an inseparable part of the subject itself.
Date of Award1 Jan 2016
Original languageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Canberra

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Experiencing another : phenomenology as poetic doing : Ideas pertaining to a pure phenomenology and to a phenomenology philosophy, second second book : studies in the phenomenology of constitution
Carroll, M. (Author). 1 Jan 2016

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis