• Ferrarello, Susi

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Husserl's ethics and practical intentionality

Susi Ferrarello

(Bloomsbury studies in continental philosophy)

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

  • : hbk

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Bibliography: p. [241]-261

Includes index

Description and Table of Contents


Husserl's 20th-century phenomenological project remains the cornerstone of modern European philosophy. The place of ethics is of importance to the ongoing legacy and study of phenomenology itself. Husserl's Ethics and Practical Intentionality constitutes one of the major new interventions in this burgeoning field of Husserl scholarship, and offers an unrivaled perspective on the question of ethics in Husserl's philosophy through a focus on volumes not yet translated into English. This book offers a refreshing perspective on stagnating ethical debates that pivot around conceptions of relativism and universalism, shedding light on a phenomenological ethics beyond the common dichotomy.

Table of Contents

Introduction chapter 1: Husserl's ethics as an apriori science Chapter 2: Parallelism and Interlacing in Husserl's Axiology Chapter 3: Norms, Laws and Necessity Chapter 4: Living evidence chapter 5: practical intentionality chapter 6: the body and the ethical agent chapter 7: the truth of will chapter 8: intersubjectivity chapter 9: Social ethics, teleology and theology bibliography Index

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