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Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and to a Phenomenological Philosophy: Third Book


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One: The Different Regions of Reality.- §1. Material thing, material perception, material natural science (physics)..- §2. Animate organism, apprehension of animate organism, and somatology..- §3. The delimitation of somatology and psychology..- §4. “Communities” as seen by natural science..- Two: The Relations between Psychology and Phenomenology.- §5. The relationship of phenomenology to the sciences..- §6. The ontological foundation of the empirical sciences..- §7. Regional concepts and “generic” concepts..- §8. Rational psychology and phenomenology — experimental psychology..- §9. The significance of phenomenological description for the realm of experience..- §10. Relation of phenomenology to the writings of Bolzano, Lotze, and Brentano..- §11. Differences in the relations of physics and psychology to their ontological foundations. The significance of description in both sciences..- §12. Further clarification of the relationship of rational psychology and phenomenology..- Three: The Relationship of Phenomenology and Ontology.- §13. The field of phenomenological research..- §14. Inclusion of the ontologies in phenomenology..- §15. The significance of ontological findings for phenomenology and the difference of attitude in the two sciences..- §16. Noema and essence..- §17. Significance of ontological concepts for psychology..- Four: The Method of Clarification.- §18. The dogmatic sciences’ need for clarification..- §19. Clarification of the conceptual material..- §20. Making distinct and making clear..- Supplements.- Text-Critical Notes on the Supplements.- Supplement I: Transition from Book II to Book III.- §1. The constitution of the psyche. (Empathy.).- §2. Realizing apprehension of the pure Ego..- §3. First indication of thenecessary distinction of natural-scientific and cultural-scientific attitude..- §4. The connection of psyche and animate organism..- §5. Solipsistic and intersubjective experience..- §6. Significance of the problem of constitution; phenomenology and ontology..- Supplement II, to p. 9. Personal Ego and Animate Organism..- Supplement III, to p. 15. Identity of the Physical Thing and Identity of the Psyche..- Supplement IV, to §7–9. Type — Empirical Classification..

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