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Affektion und Immanzenz bei Husserl

Zurück zum Heft: Phänomenologische Forschungen 2006
DOI: https://doi.org/10.28937/1000107927
EUR 14,90

The aim of this paper is to illustrate the fundamental function of the affection at the most elementary level of the constitution of objectivity. Husserl’s phenomenology has been often accused of articulating unilaterally the experience insofar as it has identified the dimension of authentic phenomenality with the sphere of immanence. This criticism is certainly legitimate, but it does not lead to overlooking some tensions that belong to the Husserlian philosophy. In this sense I will show through an detailed analysis of the affection in the Husserlian phenomenology that a “ec-centric” dimension comes into light, that questions radically the process of immanentisation. In this context it is not only essential to distinguish the different forms of affection (especially to differentiate the affection from the tendencies of affection), but also to determinate in a precise way the relation between affection and answer.