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    Title: How is aristotle's conception of physis implicated in Husserl's phenomenology? - With special consideration given to Husserl's thought concerning ethics
    Authors: Wang, Wen-Sheng
    汪文聖
    Contributors: 哲學系
    Keywords: Aristotle;Husserl;Philia;Phronesis;Physis;Praxis;Sophia;Techne
    Date: 2011-11
    Issue Date: 2015-06-22 14:53:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper starts with an explanation of Aristotle's conception of physis, namely as nature where the essence or form comes out of matter, but not, like techne, out of a craftsman's thinking. Then I try to point out how this conception is implicated in Husserl's phenomenology. We see that Husserl's phenomenological method lets us come back to the things themselves. We can experience them as physis. But what and how can the transcendental subjectivity, being what Husserl's phenomenological method aims to expose, contribute to it?
    Relation: Phainomena, 20(79), 3-12
    Data Type: article
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