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Intuition – Husserl’s Transcendentals Key Fields Of Consciousness

Author(s): Brankica B. Popović
Subject(s): Epistemology, Contemporary Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind, Phenomenology
Published by: Филозофски факултет, Универзитет у Новом Саду
Keywords: intuition; Edmund Husserl; phenomenon; truth; essence; transcendental field of consciousness; mind; cognition; object; transcendental subjectivity;

Summary/Abstract: Husserl`s conception of intuition consists of seeking both the truth as the primary phenomenon of the “vision” as the ultimate source of all rational structures, and the differences between them. This paper illuminates exactly that Husserl’s determination of intuition, that it is not the privilege of reason or senses. The intuition, no matter where it happens, is an independent act. Husserl is not interested in assimilation of intelligence and sensitivity, on the contrary, in an attempt to determine them even more precisely, he very much insists on their differences. Husserl wants to shed light on this aspect of cognition through which the mind’s cognitive activities would be receptive to the truth. This is the aspect of intuition, understood as a return to the original phenomenon of truth in order to grasp its very essence. In addition, this work encompasses issues of intuition of truth and phenomenology of internal time consciousness, that are discussed in terms of understanding Husserl`s transcendental fields of consciousness.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 17
  • Page Range: 155-170
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: Serbian