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The Last Cartesian Meditation

The Last Cartesian Meditation 167 The Last Cartesian Meditation Eugen Fink. VI. Cartesianische Meditation. Teil I: Die Idee einer Transzendentalen Methodenlehre, hrsg. Hans Ebeling, Jann Holl, und Guy Van Kerckhoven- Texte aus dem Nachlass Eugen Finks (1932) mit Anmerkungen und Beila- gen aus dem Nachlass Edmund Husserls (1933/34). Teil II: Ergänzungsband, hrsg. Guy Van Kerckhoven-Texte aus dem Nachlass Eugen Finks (1930/32) mit Anmerkungen und Beilagen aus dem Nachlass Edmund Husserls (1932/33).1 Husserliana Dokumente II/1 und II/2. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988. From the beginning philosophy has been an affair of the word. Putting insight into language and working out reasons in speech have always been of the very act of rational thinking. And even though this is frequently done in the stillness of solitary reflection, nevertheless that it be done in words at all has always meant that it be in principle accessible to someone else, needing only the appropriate practical conditions to make the accessibility actual. So it is that from the beginning what philosophers have thought, and therefore said in words, others have heard and discussed-and sometimes discussed with that thinker; so that thinking itself and its wording have long been taken to be also a matter of dialogue. Phenomenology http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

The Last Cartesian Meditation

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 20 (1): 167 – Jan 1, 1990

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© 1990 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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1569-1640
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10.1163/156916490X00108
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167 The Last Cartesian Meditation Eugen Fink. VI. Cartesianische Meditation. Teil I: Die Idee einer Transzendentalen Methodenlehre, hrsg. Hans Ebeling, Jann Holl, und Guy Van Kerckhoven- Texte aus dem Nachlass Eugen Finks (1932) mit Anmerkungen und Beila- gen aus dem Nachlass Edmund Husserls (1933/34). Teil II: Ergänzungsband, hrsg. Guy Van Kerckhoven-Texte aus dem Nachlass Eugen Finks (1930/32) mit Anmerkungen und Beilagen aus dem Nachlass Edmund Husserls (1932/33).1 Husserliana Dokumente II/1 und II/2. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988. From the beginning philosophy has been an affair of the word. Putting insight into language and working out reasons in speech have always been of the very act of rational thinking. And even though this is frequently done in the stillness of solitary reflection, nevertheless that it be done in words at all has always meant that it be in principle accessible to someone else, needing only the appropriate practical conditions to make the accessibility actual. So it is that from the beginning what philosophers have thought, and therefore said in words, others have heard and discussed-and sometimes discussed with that thinker; so that thinking itself and its wording have long been taken to be also a matter of dialogue. Phenomenology

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Published: Jan 1, 1990

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