The good flourishing within the 20th Century of the amalgamated circulate of Phenomenology and Existentialism, having reached its unfolding and reverberation – as we've got proven in our previous books and proceed during this one – turns out to have spanned the total gamut in their marvels.
Although the philosophical box is being nonetheless corroborated through phenomenologico-existential insights, their techniques and traits in a relentless flux of views, phenomenology as such has remained itself an open query. Its final foundations, the query of "phenomenology of phenomenology", its "unconditional positioning" because the resource of experience has no longer been solved by means of Husserl (see herein Verducci’s learn of Husserl and Fink, infra-page).
But during this conundrum within which we discover ourselves, there's collecting a wave of concept that keeps regenerating philosophy. The private phenomenologico-existential inspirations, pushed via a prompting trademarks, is venture a brand new critique of cause (see Verducci), apprehending the pivotal function of Imaginatio Creatrix (see Egbe), understanding Jean Wahl’s significance as an early precursor of the search after final that means (see Kremer-Marietti) and is clarifying the trademarks of the "Moral Sense" (see Cozma and Szmyd). discovering a brand new aspect of departure for all phenomenology within the ontopoiesis of lifestyles (Tymieniecka) and so setting up the hunted for "first philosophy" encompassing all (see Haney), is fructifying the coalescing reformulations of matters present in the phenomenology/ontopoiesis of lifestyles. we've right here a strong ferment we might name the recent Enlightenment.
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P. 363. M. Scheler as well, dealing with human labor, refers to the concept of «task » (Aufgabe), as «a goal purely and simply represented», which one works to achieve. : M. Scheler, Arbeit und Ethik, in: Gesammelte Werke, ed. by M. Scheler and M. Frings, Francke, Bern-Munich, I, «Frühe Schriften», 1971, pp. 167, 170. 16 Husserl , Teleologie in der Philosophiegeschichte, op. , p. 363. , p. 364. , p. 411. , pp. 363–364. , p. 405. , p. 363. , F. Nietzsche, Also sprach Zarathustra, in: Nietzsche Werke.
The nature and meaning of every development, including that of phenomenology, can thus be enclosed in this new philosophical platform of the ontopoiesis of life. Such a theoretical situation of solidarity between spirit and life had never been seen before on the contemporary philosophical scene. It emerged as a new horizon of sense when A-T. 82 34 DANIELA VERDUCCI University of Macerata, Dipartimento di Filosoﬁa e Scienze Umane, MACERATA Revised by Sheila Beatty NOTES 1 2 R. Cristin, Invito al pensiero di Husserl, Mursia, Milano 2002, p.
73 The future opportunities for investment, in fact, rest in the living, concrete, natural subjectivity of the philosopher at work: the ontopoietic acts of such an individual can bring new being to existence and construction, increasing being itself, as noted even by Husserl in his philosophical testament. As Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka comments: «Therefore, the elementary condition of man—the same one through which Husserl and Ingarden attempted in vain to open a breach, extending the expansion of its intentional nexuses and at the same time turning to ante-reduction scientiﬁc data—appears to be constituted by the blind element of nature, and yet at the same time this element shows itself to have virtualities for individualization on the vital level and, what is more important, for a speciﬁcally human individualization.