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Heidegger's Appropriation of the Concept of Intentionality in Die Grundprobleme der Phanomenologie

Heidegger's Appropriation of the Concept of Intentionality in Die Grundprobleme der Phanomenologie Heidegger's Appropriation of the Concept of Intentionality in Die Grundprobleme der Phanomenologie MICHAEL EMERSON Purdue University One of the more puzzling aspects of Sein und Zeit is Heidegger's omission of any extended reference or discussion concerning the concept of intentionality. This absence of a direct treatment of intentionality might be itself understood as a criticism of Husserl's elucidation of intentionality as the essential structure of consciousness, especially in the reading of Sein und Zeit which insists that "the concepts of consciousness, intentionality and subjectivity, all need to be overcome: they all presuppose, as their foundation, for their even limited validity, the mode of being called Dasein." There is much to be said for this interpretation, including the only substantive reference to Husserl's conception of intentionality in Sein und Zeit in the promissory footnote which states: Husserl uses the expression "making present" in character- izing sensory perception... This "temporal" way of describ- ing this phenomenon must have been suggested by the analysis of perception and intuition in general in terms of the idea of intention. That the intentionality of"consciousness" is grounded in the ecstatical unity of Dasein, and how this is the case, will be shown in the following http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Heidegger's Appropriation of the Concept of Intentionality in Die Grundprobleme der Phanomenologie

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 14 (1): 175 – Jan 1, 1984

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© 1984 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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Heidegger's Appropriation of the Concept of Intentionality in Die Grundprobleme der Phanomenologie MICHAEL EMERSON Purdue University One of the more puzzling aspects of Sein und Zeit is Heidegger's omission of any extended reference or discussion concerning the concept of intentionality. This absence of a direct treatment of intentionality might be itself understood as a criticism of Husserl's elucidation of intentionality as the essential structure of consciousness, especially in the reading of Sein und Zeit which insists that "the concepts of consciousness, intentionality and subjectivity, all need to be overcome: they all presuppose, as their foundation, for their even limited validity, the mode of being called Dasein." There is much to be said for this interpretation, including the only substantive reference to Husserl's conception of intentionality in Sein und Zeit in the promissory footnote which states: Husserl uses the expression "making present" in character- izing sensory perception... This "temporal" way of describ- ing this phenomenon must have been suggested by the analysis of perception and intuition in general in terms of the idea of intention. That the intentionality of"consciousness" is grounded in the ecstatical unity of Dasein, and how this is the case, will be shown in the following

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Published: Jan 1, 1984

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