Actos básicos y actos fundados
Fecha de publicación: 
1995
ISSN: 
0066-5215
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Anuario Filosófico, 1995 (28), 61-89
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Phenomenology is supposed to provide an intrinsic account of the possible types of conscious acts and of their relationship to each other. Husselr's enduring frame on this subject rests on the distinction between "objectifying acts" –representations– and "non-objectifying acts" –emotions and volitions–. But the sense of the dependence of every act on representations, suffered a deep change from Logical Investigations –the intentional reference of non-objectifying acts proceeds completely from cognitive reference– to Ideas –the peculiar emotional reference to values needs preferably a doxic-objectifying modality–. Both theories remain, in the end, problematic.
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