The self in Husserl's phenomenology

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  • Daniel Herrera Restrepo Universidad Santo Tomás

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.ef.335778

Keywords:

Self, human, world

Abstract

Although in the works of Husserl there are references to a self as body, a self as person and a trascendental self, this entity living in our body as if the latter were its container does not exist. Husserl rejects a dualistic conception of man. For him, a human is a dynamically, intentionally, and teleologically structured whole, who can experience the world in a meaningful way. No other statement defines better the being of men, and its meaning, than the "lije that experiences the world"

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Published

1999-11-09

How to Cite

Herrera Restrepo, D. (1999). The self in Husserl’s phenomenology. Estudios De Filosofía, (19-20), 11–23. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.ef.335778

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