On the Free Exchangeability between Transcendental and Natural Attitude in Husserl's Phenomenology

Philosophy and Culture 36 (4):129-146 (2009)
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This paper has two purposes: presents Husserl's phenomenology is the aesthetic or sentimental, it shows between the phenomenology of Husserl and Kant's transcendental philosophy - particularly in view of his "Critique of Judgement" - between the similar nature; to explain Husserl's phenomenological experience with super natural ability to freely switch between the attitude, which can be more thorough than Kant to resolve between idealism and realism between the opposition. My purpose in this paper is: to show Husserl's phenomenological experience as aesthetic; it indicates some similarity between Husserl's phenomenology and Kant's transcendental philosophy, especially in regard to his Critique of Judgment, and to explain the free exchangeability between transcendental and natural attitude in Husserl's phenomenology, which can dissolve the philosophical contrasts between idealism and realism more profoundly than Kant's philosophy did



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