By Gustav Shpet
Gustav Shpet. Appearance and feel: Phenomenology because the primary technological know-how and Its Problems, transl. by way of Thomas Nemeth. Kluwer educational Publishers, 1991. 228 Pages (Phaenomenologica, Vol. one hundred twenty)
From a Foreword via A. Haardt:
In visual appeal and experience Shpet sees phenomenology in the context of the heritage of ecu philosophy. during this approach it really is interpreted as a (preliminary) of completion of that culture which Shpet designates as "positive philosophy." accordingly it's a subject of a "current" which runs from old ontology, quite Plato's dialogues, via Descartes and Leibniz, and directly to Lotze. (...)
The bizarre characteristic of Shpet's reputation of phenomenology lies within the undeniable fact that, at the one hand, he Husserl's flip to transcendental idealism, as provided in rules I, and but, nevertheless, he additionally interpreted transcendental phenomenology as ontology. (...)
Shpet's Husserl-interprétation ... served as a very important impulse in the back of modern structural linguistics. Roman Jakobson's perception of language is decided not just via Husserl's Logical Investigations yet simply besides via an involvement with Shpet's phenomenological and structural manner of thinking.32 Shpet himself used to be a member of the Moscow Linguistic Circle from 1920.
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Additional resources for Appearance and Sense: Phenomenology as the Fundamental Science and Its Problems (Phaenomenologica, Volume 120)
Also important, however, are those considerations Aster in essence brings forth against the second part of this dilemma. He admits that Husserl's theory is "the sole possible theory of the universal" provided, that is, that one does not adopt the nominalist point of view. But what induces Aster to come out against Husserl is that in one way or another both Aristotle and Locke in their own minds solved the problem, yet Husserl did not. " "And finally we have perhaps 18 Appearance and Sense the most important consideration.
Only those who demand from philosophy qualities not inherent in it, who look on it as an oracle demanding not work but submissive questioning, can be troubled by the fact that there are a large number of problems but only a comparatively small number of solutions. We, on the other hand, value the very posing of problems, and therefore in order to emphasize this aspect even more, and in order to demonstrate how problems arise on the basis of the fundamental philosophical science, we conclude our presentation by indicating some additional new problems that, in our opinion, directly follow from the very principles of this science and lead us closer to the empirical life that constantly surrounds us.
E. e. of phenomenology's Object of study. f. Cf. " The Basic Works of Aristotle, ed. by Richard McKeon, New York, 1941, p. 854. g. Although Shpet's peculiar formulation here, at least in terms of its spirit, has roots deep within Husserl's own thought, it can also be found, and indeed in so many words, in Aristotle. " Op. , p. 260. " Op. , p. 889. h. Ideas, p. 9. i. Ideas, pp. 9-10. j . Ideas, p. 10. k. von Aster, op. , p. 46. 1. , p. 47. m. Although as we saw at the beginning of this chapter this use of the word "beginnings" has a foundation in Husserl's own writings we can also find it elsewhere, as for example in Aristotle's Metaphysics, op.
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