By Herbert Spiegelberg
Herbert Spiegelberg. Doing Phenomenology: Essays on and in Phenomenology. The Hague: Nijhoff, 1975. 320 Pages (Phaenomenologica, Vol. sixty three)
From the author's Introduction: The name of this e-book demands a right away rationalization. The word “doing phenomenology” is obviously a mortgage from the arsenal of analytical philosophy. Its implication is that phenomenology could be practiced in a fashion similar to the best way analytical philosophy is “done”. i need to illustrate this the following. i'd even wish to convey that phenomenology is itself a type of analytical philosophy. purely it's greater than research, specially research of language.
This isn't a totally new booklet. What i'm delivering right here is composed regularly of essays released over approximately 40 years in scattered locations, a few in basic terms in German. what's new approximately them is mainly the recent trend i've got imposed on them. It attempts to make new experience of the previous fabric. although, this additionally calls for the addition of numerous unpublished items, which I held again for maturing. an important of those are the 2 facing "Ways into Phenomenology" and the only on “Criteria in Phenomenology”. hence, whereas this quantity is a suite it's a assortment with a distinction in keeping with the hot context during which the elements are so as to add as much as greater than, their sum.
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Any study of the texts as texts is therefore in a sense meta-phenome- WAYS INTO PHENOMENOLOGY 21 nology, not phenomenology proper,3 Only inasmuch as the texts are used as stimuli for independent verification by a reader who is already emancipated from them can they aid in actual phenomenologizing. Besides, only too often texts tend to become canonical. And such canonization could mean the very death of live phenomenology. II. THE WAY THROUGH HISTORY Texts are not always self-explanatory. Even if they were so at the time of writing, they no longer will be for a different readership than the one to which they were originally addressed.
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