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Author: Edmund Husserl,Iso Kern
Language: German
Publisher: Nijhoff; 1st edition (July 31, 1973)
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1905-1920-Springer (1973. El tomo 13 de la Husserliana, colección que publica las obras de Husserl. Auflage - Husserliana Edmund Husserl - Gesammelte Werke 1969.

1905-1920-Springer (1973. Es el primero de tres dedicados a la intersubjetividad. 3 - Zur Phänomenologie der Intersubjektivität Texte aus dem Nachlaß. 1905-1920-Springer (1973. Husserl, Edmund S. Fink, G. van Kerckhoven, H. Ebeling, J. Holl VI.

1905-1920 (Husserliana: Edmund Husserl). Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl (Dr. phil. ha. University of Halle-Wittenberg, 1887; P. Mathematics, University of Vienna, 1883) was a philosopher who is deemed the founder of phenomenology. He broke with the positivist orientation of the science and philosophy of his day, believing that experience is the source of all knowledge, while at the same time he elaborated critiques of psychologism and his Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl (Dr. Mathematics, University of Vienna, 1883) was a philosopher who is deemed the founder of.

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1905-1920), (Husserliana 12, 1973); On the Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity, Part 1 (1905-1920) ; presents Husserl’s analysis of the problem of intersubjectivity; Zur Phänomenologie der ;auml;t. Texte aus dem Nachlass. 1921-28), (Husserliana 14, 1973); (On the Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity, Part 2. (1921-1928); contains Husserl’s analysis of the problem of intersubjectivity; Zur Phänomenologie der ;auml;t.

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Husserliana: Edmund Husserl – Gesammelte Werke. Authors: Husserl, Edmund, Kern. Zur Phänomenologie der Intersubjektivität. Texte aus dem Nachlass Zweiter Teil: 1921–1928.

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Vorbemerkung Wo in den jolgenden Manuskriptbeschreibungen nichts anderes vermerkt ist, handelt es sich immer um in Tinte geschriebene Stenogramme (System Gabelsberg) auf Blattern vom Format 2I,5 X I7 cm. In den Textkritischen Anmerkungen finden folgende Abkurzungen Ver- wendung: Bl. = Blatt; Einf. = Einfugung (Zusatz, fur den vom VerI. die Stelle der Einfugung in den Text bezeichnet ist); Erg. = Erganzung (Zusatz, bei dem die Stelle der Einfugung vom Verf. nicht bezeichnet ist); Rb. = Rand- bemerkung; V. = Veranderung. Nr. 1 (5. 1-3) Der Text gibt die Blatter I8 und 29 des Konvolutes A VI IO wieder. Dieses Konvolut enthiilt in ungeordneter Weise hauptsachlich Bruchstucke verschiedener Manuskripte. Es wurde in dieser Form in den Jahren nach I920 unter inhaltlichem Gesichtspunkt zusammengestellt, der auf dem Ge- samtumschlag angegeben ist: Meist Vorlagen zu Ideen II. Ieh, Person, geistige Substanz. Personale Eigenart, geistige Individualitat und Indivi- dualitat des Naturobjekts. Lokalisierung des Ieh als Zentrum der um- weltliehen Orientierung. Ieh-habe, Ieh-verhalte-mieh. Ieh und Bewusst- seinsstrom. Dberhaupt Iehprobleme. Einzuordnen! Zur Datierung gibt Husserl an: meist letzte G5ttinger Zeit, von 1912 ab, doch enthiilt das Konvolut auch Bliitter von I90j und solehe aus der Zeit um I920. Die Bliitter I8 und 29 gehOren nach Papier, Schrift, Tinte sowie Inhalt zusammen und stammen wahl aus den See/elder Ferien von I90j: Auf Blatt 29 steht der Vermerk Seefeld. Es ist aber nicht zu entscheiden, ob sich die beiden Bliitter im ursprunglichsten Kontext von Seefeld unmittelbar folgten.

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Strengths: Husserl produced three large volumes that are a sustained engagement with the contribution of empathy [Einfühlung] to the phenomenology of intersubjectivity. The material for his never completed Systematic Work is rich in literally hundreds of references to empathy in both the foundation and superstructure (XV: 79f.). Since this was a work in progress that spanned his major publications from 1905 to 1935, it is impossible to say that Husserl would have changed his published position, that empathy was a part of the superstructure rather than the foundation. Empathy was never made the basis of intersubjectivity in anything published. What can be said is that the sheer volume of material, containing many gems on empathy, shows empathy's growing significance. This points to the advance of Husserl's thinking in the direction of making empathy the foundation of intersubjectivity - as well as the many challenges faced by such a revision. Its insights are excellent. For example, Leibniz's monads are windowless, but Husserl writes "Every ego is a `monad.' But the monads have windows."
Weaknesses: It is written in German and untranslated. Moreover, it is an unsystematic treatment. The one English writer who reviewed this material is A. J. Steinbock (see Home and Beyond: Generative Phenomenology After Husserl, Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press). Unfortunately, Steinbock considers Einfühlung to be a conceptual thicket (he is not entirely mistaken about that), mistranslates it as "intro-pathy," and focuses on the "home world" as a follow on to the "life world." (By the way, I did reach out to Steinbock via email at his school address about the work he is doing and its overlap with empathy and my own work on empathy. So far, no response. Radio silence. Something is missing - empathy? Perhaps the emails went astray.) Finally, in the Nachlass, all of the key mechanisms of intersubjectivity - pairing, analogical apperception (not to be confused with inference), as well as the "as if I were there"--are engaged in the sections "On the Theory of Empathy," in which Husserl asks if these are "all already consequences of empathy?" (XV: 249). The tentative answer is that the "presumption of empathy" (XV: 254) itself presupposes engagement with the animated, lived body. The consequences of Husserl's dozens and dozens, if not hundreds, of references to "empathy" have so far been too much for the scholarly community to grasp. They can't get their head around it, but if and when they do, it will change our understanding of Husserl's work and contribution (see www.EmpathyInTheContextOfPhilosphy.com and Chapter Six of the book of the same name).
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Strengths: Husserl produced three large volumes that are a sustained engagement with the contribution of empathy [Einfühlung] to the phenomenology of intersubjectivity. The material for his never completed Systematic Work is rich in literally hundreds of references to empathy in both the foundation and superstructure (XV: 79f.). Since this was a work in progress that spanned his major publications from 1905 to 1935, it is impossible to say that Husserl would have changed his published position, that empathy was a part of the superstructure rather than the foundation. Empathy was never made the basis of intersubjectivity in anything published. What can be said is that the sheer volume of material, containing many gems on empathy, shows empathy's growing significance. This points to the advance of Husserl's thinking in the direction of making empathy the foundation of intersubjectivity - as well as the many challenges faced by such a revision. Its insights are excellent. For example, Leibniz's monads are windowless, but Husserl writes "Every ego is a `monad.' But the monads have windows."
Weaknesses: It is written in German and untranslated. Moreover, it is an unsystematic treatment. The one English writer who reviewed this material is A. J. Steinbock (see Home and Beyond: Generative Phenomenology After Husserl, Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press). Unfortunately, Steinbock considers Einfühlung to be a conceptual thicket (he is not entirely mistaken about that), mistranslates it as "intro-pathy," and focuses on the "home world" as a follow on to the "life world." (By the way, I did reach out to Steinbock via email at his school address about the work he is doing and its overlap with empathy and my own work on empathy. So far, no response. Radio silence. Something is missing - empathy? Perhaps the emails went astray.) Finally, in the Nachlass, all of the key mechanisms of intersubjectivity - pairing, analogical apperception (not to be confused with inference), as well as the "as if I were there"--are engaged in the sections "On the Theory of Empathy," in which Husserl asks if these are "all already consequences of empathy?" (XV: 249). The tentative answer is that the "presumption of empathy" (XV: 254) itself presupposes engagement with the animated, lived body. The consequences of Husserl's dozens and dozens, if not hundreds, of references to "empathy" have so far been too much for the scholarly community to grasp. They can't get their head around it, but if and when they do, it will change our understanding of Husserl's work and contribution (see www.EmpathyInTheContextOfPhilosphy.com and Chapter Six of the book of the same name).

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