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    Title: A Constitutive Analysis of Husserl`s Intersubjectivity
    Authors: 蔡錚雲
    Tsai, Cheng-Yun
    Date: 1993-03
    Issue Date: 2008-12-17 14:07:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 互為主體性概念的真諦隱含在對胡塞爾現象學眾多不同,其至對立的詮釋中:有人主此胡塞爾的互為主體性理論只是用來補充其笛卡兒式哲學之不足,另有人認為胡塞爾的超越觀念論卻能藉此跨越觀念論的侷限,進入社會哲學的領域,本文企圖從胡塞爾的現象學哲學中說明其互為主體性的理論,此外,由於胡塞爾認為現象學方法不外是一種形構,我們在此所進行的方式便是一項形構分析
    Relation: 國立政治大學學報, 66(上冊), 253-267
    Data Type: article
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