By Hubert L. Dreyfus, Mark A. Wrathall
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Extra resources for A Companion to Phenomenology and Existentialism (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
What shows up in the natural attitude as simply there for me – the hammer I use, the rope I notice in the corner – now comes into view as a unity of meaning (a pure “phenomenon”) that is what it is precisely because of its place in the nexus of intentional acts and experiences in which it comes to givenness. The transcendental reduction thus allows phenomenology to study the intentional constitution of things – that is, the conditions that make possible not the existence of entities in the world (the issue of existence has been bracketed), but their sense as existing, and indeed their being given as anything at all.
To block the fatal regress, self-awareness must be an original nonobjectifying function of intentional consciousness itself. Whether this undermines Husserl’s doctrine of a “pure” ego is a matter of some dispute (see Zahavi 1999). Finally, in his genetic phenomenology Husserl introduces a third conception of the transcendental ego, namely, as the “substrate of habitualities” (Husserl 1969a: 66). Considered genetically, the temporal stream in which the ego (in the ﬁrst sense) takes stands and makes judgments not only constitutes a “world” of noematic meaning, but achieves a kind of self-constitution: each judgment becomes an “abiding accomplishment” and forever marks the ego as the one who has judged thus; each practical attempt at something becomes the basis for subsequent habits, inclinations, abilities, and skills – “secondary passivities” – that come to characterize a distinct transcendental style.
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A Companion to Phenomenology and Existentialism (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy) by Hubert L. Dreyfus, Mark A. Wrathall