1st degree (Bachelor)
Coordinator Office Hours:
Dr. Michael Roubach
The course will discuss the key issues in Husserl's phenomenology from "Logical Investigations" till "THe Crisis of European Sciences". In the second part of the course we will look into other phenomenological approaches: Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, and Levinas.
Aמ understanding of phenomenology with special emphasis on Husserl's conception of it
Learning outcomes - On successful completion of this module, students should be able to:
looking at the way things are given in themselves
Teaching arrangement and method of instruction:
lectures and reading texts
1. What is phenomenology? ("Logical Investigations")
2. The critique of Psychologism.
3. Intention and Intution.
4. Transcendental Phenomenology
5. Internal Time Consciousness.
6. Space and inter-subjectivity.
7. Ego and the Other: The fifth chapter of Cartesian Mediations
8. The Crisis of European Sciences.
9. Heidegger's Phenomenology
Husserl, Logical Investigations
Husserl, Philosophy as a Rigorous Science
Husserl, The Idea of Phenomenology
Husserl, Internal time consciousness
Husserl, Ideas II
Husserl, Cartesian Meditations
Husserl, Crisis of European Sciences
Heidegger, "My Way to Phenomenology"
Heidegger, Being and Time
Sartre, Being and Nothingness
Merleau-Ponty, Phenomenology of Perception
Levinas, On Discovering Existence with Husserl
Levinas, "Beyond Intentionality"
Additional Reading Material:
Bernet Rudoplf, Kern Iso, and Marbach Eduard, An Introduction to Husserlian Phenomenology (Northwestern University Press, 1993).
Zahavi Dan, Husserl's Phenomenology (Stanford, 2003)
Moran Dermot, Introduction to Phenomenology (Routledge, 2000).
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