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By Victor Biceaga

ISBN-10: 9048139147

ISBN-13: 9789048139149

ISBN-10: 9400732481

ISBN-13: 9789400732483

Building upon Husserl’s problem to oppositions equivalent to these among shape and content material and among constituting and constituted, The idea of Passivity in Husserl’s Phenomenology construes task and passivity now not as reciprocally unique phrases yet as at the same time established moments of acts of realization. The publication outlines the contribution of passivity to the structure of phenomena as varied as temporal syntheses, perceptual institutions, reminiscence success and cross-cultural conversation. The distinct learn of the phenomena of love, forgetting, habitus and translation units out a contrast among 3 meanings of passivity: receptivity, sedimentation or inactuality and alienation. Husserl’s texts are interpreted as protecting the concept cultural crises aren't dropped at a detailed via changing passivity with task yet by way of having extra of both.

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