Existential Phenomenology by William A. Luijpen, Henry J. Koren

By William A. Luijpen, Henry J. Koren

After describing guy as lifestyles and its implications, this ebook explores the that means of data and fact by way of existential considering. subsequent, it develops the concrete suggestion of human freedom, implied in life, and man's primary intersubjective attitudes of hatred, indifference, love, and justice. within the ultimate bankruptcy it increases the matter of man's metaphysical measurement and the life of God.

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The dialogue which is existence cannot be dissolved in more simple elements without reducing the whole 1\:0 nothing. lIs Expressing this dialogue which is existence is called dialectics. lID Still other terms are used to give expression to the primitive fact of existential phenomenology. Gabriel Marcel prefers to use the term "participationJJ120 in the twofold sense of having part and taken part in the world. "121 This term also is very clear, for a presence is unthinkable without "something" to which a subject is present and, reversely, an area of presence is meaningless without a subject.

Wijsbegeerte en Psychologie, vol. 46 (1953-54), p. 234. 34 Existential Phenomenology c. The Primitive Fact of Existential Phenomenology Every Philosophy Has an Original Intuition. "lo8 The term is borrowed from Maine de Biran. Sometimes, however, the same reality is indicated by the expression "central reference point," used by Marce1. 109 What is meant by these terms? Dondeyne clarifies the matter by showing that in every great philosophy an original intuition, an all-illuminating light is at work, by virtue of which it is possible for the philosopher to bring clarity in the complexity of reality.

Concerning this self, we can only assert that it does not occur otherwise than as the source or origin of actions which are mediately or immediately directed to the world. 6! As soon as man says "I," he expresses himself as a being-in-the-world. 62 It was our intention to stress this point when above we said that that the self posits itself only in relation. My Body. The idea of existence as expressing the essence of our being-man imposes itself also through the analysis of the meaning of the body.

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