By Jim Ruddy

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ISBN-13: 9781349948420

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In this ebook, Jim Ruddy has proceeded deep into the hub-center of Husserl’s transcendental subjectivity and unearthed an completely new phenomenological technique. an unlimited, originative a priori technology emerges for the reader. Ruddy offers a special and strong eidetic technological know-how in which the article cognizance of Husserl is all of sudden proven to indicate past itself to the last word subject of the natural topic attention of God as he's in Himself. therefore, the e-book opens up an eternally new, unrestricted realm of goal fabric for phenomenology to exfoliate and describe. this is often an immense paintings for either normal phenomenologists and for students of Husserl, Aquinas, and Edith Stein.

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10 2. The case of Maurice Merleau-Ponty in regard to living language. ” And he brilliantly goes on to uncover and describe the towardness-beyond-itself of such a system as follows: “Expression in 40 J. ) system emerging and showing itself forth from itself. 3. The case of the finally purified eidetics of Edith Stein in regard to formal ontology. ” Just as Stein saw all of being as prepredicatively divided in act and potency-towardact, she also, at a deeper level, saw—and held to with a kind of theoretical ferocity—all of being including God, following Aquinas, as prepredicatively divided, through the high courts of the respectus transcendens, into toward-being (or adesse) and in-being (or inesse).

21.  45–7. Our groundbreaking meditation a la Bergson has seemingly gained us a new place fit for the laying of the foundation of our new science. Seeing the empirical and thing-like world suddenly as toward the Absolute Being of consciousness is a negative (a doing-nothing) out of which positively emerges the inesse of intentionality itself AS the absolute being of pure consciousness. Seeing the empirical and thing-like world AND BEYOND THAT the asymmetrically real, one sided-entering into Absolute Being that object-consciousness necessarily itself must become is a negative (a doing-nothing) out of which positively emerges adesse objectivity as such, indeed AS the absolute being of pure consciousness, wholly and in a new way, converged out beyond itself in absolute kind of quasi-transcendence beyond itself.

3. The case of the finally purified eidetics of Edith Stein in regard to formal ontology. ” Just as Stein saw all of being as prepredicatively divided in act and potency-towardact, she also, at a deeper level, saw—and held to with a kind of theoretical ferocity—all of being including God, following Aquinas, as prepredicatively divided, through the high courts of the respectus transcendens, into toward-being (or adesse) and in-being (or inesse). Without this ultimate and all-encompassing vantage point located (vertically, as it were, like a held sword) within her extended formal ontology, her eventual everyday-like, epistemological division of consciousness into the formally adesse-like subject-consciousness of God and angels and the (utterly diverse) materially adesse-like object-consciousness of humans and animals makes no theoretical and, indeed, no phenomenological sense, and accordingly would undeniably render her phenomenology methodologically suspect; for then it would thereby appear to be unavoidably and subversively entangled within an alien maze of theological and ontological presuppositions wholly foreign to the Husserlian enterprise itself that she followed so faithfully.

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