By Paul Ricoeur
In 1950, Paul Ricoeur released his translation of Edmund Husserl's "Ideen I" less than the name "Idees directrices pour une phenomenologie". It grew to become the guide and key to the daddy of phemenology. this mix of Husserl and Ricoeur could be of curiosity to either professors and scholars.
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18, n. 2. K:17:30; G:18:1; GC:63:24; GP:57:5. The distinction between the two types of eidetic sciences is fundamental; the consideration of material essences leads directly to the problem of "regions" and regional eidetics and so to phenomenology. Here is the scheme of eidetic sciences: (1) Formal (or formal "mathesis universalis"). (a) Formal logic Section One, Chapter One 71 (b) Disciplines constituting formal ontology: (laws of objectivity in general, c£ G:21: 1, Arithmetic, pure analysis, theory of multiplicity).
Par. 12. K:14:3; G:15:1; GC:59:33; GP:53:21. d) Theconneetion between the notions ofgeneralization, necessity, apodicity. This new analysis assumes that syntheses of judgment are capable of intuition, as the sixth Logical Investigation establishes. This extension of intuition to the Sachverhalt of judgment extends to the rules of deduction itself, whose connections can be originally present. This last extension of intuition gives it all its meaning. The notion of generalization governs the notion of necessity; it fits with the true eidetic state of affairs.
59. Psychologismus and transzendentale Grundlegung der Logik, p. 133-56. 60. , 1907, under signature B II 1 of the Husserl Archives at Louvain. Text and information taken from the introduction by Dr. Biemel to the still unpublished transcription of The Idea o/Phenomenology. [Now available in Husserliana: Die Idee der Phanomenologie. Fun/Vorlesungen. Ed. W Biemel, 1950. Tr. The Idea o/Phenomenology by WP. Alston and G. Nakhnikian. The Hague: Nijhoff, 1964. ] 62. The first allusion to reduction is autumn, 1905: Seefelder Blattern A VII5.
A Key to Husserl's Ideas I by Paul Ricoeur