By Ales Bello Angela
Within the first a part of The Divine in Husserl and different Explorations an outline is supplied of Husserl’s process with the intention to clarify how he offers with the query of God from a philosophical standpoint. the implications from this research are in comparison with the most contributions of the philosophers of the previous. the second one half makes a speciality of the subject of faith as constructed by way of Husserl so as to seize the that means of spiritual lived-experiences. via an archeological excavation Husserl teaches us the way to visit the ground of the sacred and the divine with the intention to pinpoint their positive factors and to realize their non secular configurations in background. within the 3rd half you will see the applying of husserlian hyletics and noetics to the sphere of the archaic sacred and of different non secular reviews. a few specific subject matters are handled equivalent to ecstasy, contemplation, incarnation, and the connection among the person and the God from a philosophical and a spiritual standpoint.
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Husserl asks why we are not satisfied by such explanations. 5 In other words, it is necessary to ask about the meaning of the fact, and the response cannot reside in another fact, in a natural cause; rather, it must reside in a rational ground. In this case, rational means that we face an intellectual constraint given by evidence, which speaks in favor of “‘believing in’ the existence of an extra-worldly ‘divine’ being” and “this being would obviously transcend not merely the world but ‘absolute’ consciousness.
164. 29 Ideas I, Section 31. 30 E. Husserl, Phänomenologie und Anthropologie, p. 173. 31 Ideas pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and to a Phenomenological Philosophy. Second Book: Studies in the Phenomenology of Constitution. Translated by Richard Rojcewicz and André Schuwer (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1989), p. 61. (Hereafter Ideas II). , pp. 103–104. , p. 165. , p. 195. , p. 195. , p. 193. 37 For a further discussion of this theme I refer the reader to my Fenomenologia e metafisica (Phenomenology and Metaphysics) in “Seconda Navigazione: Annuario di Filosofia 2000”, Corpo e anima—Necessità della metafisica (Body and Soul — The Necessity of Metaphysics) (Milan: Mondadori, 2000), pp.
Husserl, as was noted previously, does not cite any past thinkers concerning this problem, but it is possible to establish a parallel with the Proslogion of Anselm with regard to the unfolding of his argument, which actually begins with an epoché. In fact, Anselm first recommends eliminating all that which can disturb or distract in order to return to the self. Certainly, the Husserlian epoché indicates in a stronger fashion a more immediately theoretical attitude, but the “reductions”, even if they concentrate on questions of culture and themes focused more on knowledge than existence, still point to a return to subjectivity.
The Divine in Husserl and Other Explorations (Analecta Husserliana) by Ales Bello Angela