Giulietta Ottaviano
Università degli Studi Roma Tre
This article examines the main aspects of Husserl's phenomenology, which are analyzed in "Appearance and Sense" by Gustav Shpet: the relation between sense and comprehension and between noesis and noema. Shpet emphasizes the hermeneutical theme of "comprehension" as a resolutive dimension to solve aspects not clarified by Husserl. Shpet's critical enquiry, in the course of his subsequent observation, converge into an hermeneutical logic. Shpet identifies the centrality of language as a form of thinking, through the recovery of Humbodt's meaning of the "inner form".
Keywords Gustav Shpet  Sense and Comprehension  noema  noesis  hermeneutical logic  Philosophy of Culture
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DOI 10.18199/2226-5260-2013-2-1-62-75
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