Percepción y juicio en el análisis genético de Husserl y los grados noemáticos de la idealidad
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percepción
juicio
Husserl, Edmund
fenomenología
Fecha de publicación: 
2004
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Anuario Filosófico, 2004 (37), 105 - 127
Resumen
Static phenomenological analysis discloses a tension between judgement and perception as a result of the way intentionality was developed in Husserl’s early thought: 1) The apprehension-content schema determines the way noesis is understood as sense-giving, 2) Sensuous perception models the way noema is conceived of as correlative sense. Both directions conflict with regard to the question of the ideality of their noemata. After describing this conflict, this paper aims to lay bare the static relation between judgement and perception in order to follow up its transformation in genetic phenomenology. This may then help to outline a stratification of noematic ideality grounded on the intentional continuity between passive and active syntheses.
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