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RICOEUR, Paul. a Key to Husserl's Ideas I

RICOEUR, Paul. a Key to Husserl's Ideas I

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MARQUETTE
STw >iES
IN
PHILOSOPHY
AndrewTallon SeriesEditorVolume
1
ARQUEITE
UNIVERSITY
PRESS
PAULRICCEUR
A
KEY
 
HUSS RL S
I E S
 
TRANSLATED
AND
WITH
A
PREFACE
BY
BOND
HARRIS
 
JACQUELINE
BOUCHARDSPURLOCK
EDITED
TRANSLATION
REVISED AND
WITH
A
INTRODUCTION
BY
POL
VANDEVELDE
 
Handelshejskolens
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Ricoeur,Pau .AkeytoHusserl'sIdeasI/PaulRicoeur;translatedandwithapreface
by
BondHarris&JacquelineBouchardSpurlock;edited,translationrevised,andwithaintroductionby
Pol
Vandevelde.p.em.-(Marquettestudiesinphilosophy; 10)Thisintroductionandrunningcommentary
was
originallypublished
as
parr
of
Ricoeur'sFrenchtranslation
of
theGermanworkIdeasIbyHusser .Includesbibliographicalreferencesandindex.ISBN0-87462-609-9
 
Husser ,Edmund,1859-1938.AllgemeineEinfiihrungindiereinePhanomenologie.
2
Phenomenology.
 
Vandevelde,
Po
II.Husserl,Edmund,1859-1938.AllgemeineEinfiihrungindiereinePhanomenologie.III.Title.
IV
Series.B3279.H93A331996
142 .7 dc20
96-10139
All
rightsreserved.Nopart
of
thispublicationmay
be
reproduced,storedinaretrievalsystem,ortransmittedinanyformorbyanymeans,electronic,mechanical,photocopying,recordingorotherwise,withoutpriorpermission
of
thepublisher.PrintedintheUnitedStates
of
America
©
MarquetteUniversityPress,
1996
MARQUETTEUNIVERSITYPRESS
MILWAUKEE
 
he ssociation
of
 esuitUniversity
Presses
Table
of
Contents
Editor'sIntroduction:PaulRicceur:NarrativeandPhenomenon7
1 P
£
 
ransators
re
ace.Introductionto
 de s
of
E.Husser
1Id..
63
ussersntrouctlOn.S.IE
and
theKnowledge
of
Essences
63
ctIon:ssence
FdE63
hapter
 :
actanssence
 
Chapter
2:
FalseInterpretations
of
Naturalism
 :
79
Section
II:
FundamentalPhenomenologicalConsIderatIons
85
Chapter
 :
The
Thesis
of
theNaturalAttitude
and
itsPlaceintheWhole
Matter
85
Chapter
2:
Consciousness
and
NaturalReality
93
Chapter
3:
The
Region
of
PureConsciousness
105
Chapter
4:
PhenomenologicalReductions113Section
III:
Methods
 
Problems
of
PurePhenomenology117Chapter
 :
PreliminaryConsiderations
of
Method
117
Ch
2G1
Structures
of
PureConsciousnes
123
pter:enera
N.dN
rna
133
hapter
3:
oeSlS
anoe
 
Chapter4:Problems
of
Noetic-NoematicStructures141
dR
l
 ty
157ectionIV:ReasonaneaI
 
Chapter
 :
NoematicMeaning
 
theRelationtotheObject
159
Chapter2:Phenomenology
of
Reason
163
Chapter
3:
The
Levels
of
UniversalityPertainingtotheProblems
hTh
fR
167
f
teeory
0
eason
 
Index171
 
PaulRicreur arrativeand
 h nom non
PolVandeveldeMarquetteUniversityIn1950RicreurtranslatedHusserl sfamousandsomewhatabstrusework,
Ideas
intoFrench.Thistranslationrapidlybecamealandmark,providingapowerfulandconsistentlexicon
of
FrenchequivalentsforHusserl sterminology.Anewvocabularybecameavailableandcontributedtothedevelopment
of
atypicallyFrenchphenomenology.Togetherwithhistranslation,Ricreuralsoofferedamasterfulcommentarytoaworkthatreallyneededsomeinterpretivesupportbecause
of
itstransitorycharacterinHusserl sitinerary.SuchanachievementpropelledRicreurtoaposition
of
intellectualauthorityamongHusserlscholars.Hisambition,however,exceededthephilologicaltask
of
phenomenologicalexegesis.
 he
sameyearhistranslationandcommentaryweremadeavailabletoaFrenchpublic,Ricreuralsopublished
Philosophy
 
the
Will·
The
Voluntary
and
the
Involuntary
(Ricreur1950),which
is
anoriginal application
of
thephenomenologicalmethod.Latercame,amongmanyothers,
On
Interpretation
Essays
on
Freud
(Ricreur1965)
 nd
The
Conflict
 
Interpretations.
Essays
on
Hermeneutics
(Ricreur1969).From1983on,Ricreurstartedahugeenterprisedevotedtopracticalphilosophywithanemphasis
on
therole
of
narrativeinrelationtotime
 Timeand
Narrative
Ricreur1983-1985),toaction
 FromText
to
Ac-
tion
Ricreur1986),andtoself-identity
 OneselfasAnother
Ricreur1990).
 he
titlesbythemselvesalreadyindicate
th t
someshifthastakenplaceinRicreur sinterests.
 et
hehasconstantlymaintainedthatthreemotivespervadeandunifyhiswholework:theCartesianconviction
of
theunifyingrole
of
theCogito,thephenomenologicaldiscovery
of
therole
of
intentionality,andthehermeneuticemphasis
on
asemiotic
 nd
interpretivemediation.Ricreur sitinerarynotonlyappearsmultifaceted,but
also
representsanimpressivelivingdialogue:hehasunabatedlyencompassedthefield
of
contemporaryphilosophy
of
the
last
five
decadesin
its
manytrendsandcurrents.Inthenumber
of
workshecitesandquotes,andinthe

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