Transcendental Phenomenology and Phenomenology of Life

Studia Philosophica 1 (2008)
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We will focus on the relation between transcendental phenomenology and phenomenology of life by analyzing Marc Richir’s position and his essay of refounding the husserlian transcendental phenomenology. The discussion of his transcendental reduction of the ontological simulacrum as a way to a brand new transcendental domain and his proposal of a new individuation theory in phenomenology will give us the opportunity to discuss transcendental life under different auspices than in Husserl’s or Fink’s work. We will conclude by critically analyzing the limits of such a radical theory, which is the body as the bearer of all life, including the transcendental life



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