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(1993) Japanese and Western phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer.

Husserl on time-analysis and phenomenological method

Tetsuya Sakakibara

pp. 7-24

This essay is an attempt to elucidate a dynamic-dialectical connection between Husserl's time-analysis and the phenomenological method. In the first section, a close relationship between his early time-analyses and the first establishment of the method will be discussed and the paradoxical fact that the developed method cannot reach time-consciousness revealed by the early time-analyses will be clarified in section II. The subsequent processes of time-analyses and method will be briefly sketched in section III, and, finally in section IV, an open dynamic-dialectical way of thinking, which results from the gaps between the analysis and the method and which may dominate Husserl's entire phenomenology as well as his time-analyses, will be attained.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-015-8218-6_1

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Sakakibara, (1993)., Husserl on time-analysis and phenomenological method, in P. Blosser, E. Shimomissé, L. Embree & H. Kojima (eds.), Japanese and Western phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 7-24.

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