Husserls Idee Einer „Phänomenologie der Okkasionalität“


The article addresses Edmund Husserl’s attempts, in several of his later notations, to sketch out the program of a phenomenology of ‘occasionality’, understood as a ‘phenomenology of the aesthetic world’. Husserl sees this as the subjective correlative analysis to an ‘ontology of the aesthetic world’, dealing with the ideal structures of the ‘world in itself’. To this extent, we will follow the evolution of a closely related theme in Husserl’s philosophy, across the period between his Logical Investigations (1900/1) and the Formal and Transcendental Logic (1927), namely the question of occasional expressions, judgements and truths. Thus we will try to show how Husserl is led from questioning a particular form of expressions and meanings to issues concerning situational experience and the occasional apparitions of the world.

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