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Edmund Husserl's Cartesian Meditations (topic upon your own decision)
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Transcendental Phenomenology Name: Tutor: Institution: Course: Date: Introduction Philosophy has a long history and many fields have been introduced in the subject. Philosophy has been developed by numerous philosophers both in ancient times and in modern times as a way to understand life and the nature of the highly existence of the world.
Edmund Husserl's is one such philosopher who lived in the more modern world. His work was concerned about phenomena and how the human mind interacts with it. In his book titled Cartesian Meditations: An Introduction to Phenomenology, Edmund Husserl (1960) introduces a number of significant philosophical thoughts. One of the most prominent of these is transcendental phenomenology in which the author gives a new way of analysing phenomena. This kind of thinking looks at phenomena from a different point of view. Although Edmund’s views can be seen as having been inspired by Rene Descartes, a French philosopher and mathematician in the 17th century, Edmund’s theories on phenomena seen to be developed in contrast to what Descartes developed. This can be particularly seen in his transcendental phenomenology which tries to see phenomena in a very different way. Unlike Descartes, Edmund and his school of thought argued that phenomenal can be seen in different dimensions (Husserl, 1960). In fact, Edmund argued that it is possible to take a phenomenal and strip it down to its very essence. ...
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