This article argues that the crisis of philosophy consists in the fact that its scientificity is bankrupt: our philosophy is not scientific, and we are skeptical about its possibility to ever become so. Due to the crisis of philosophy, we are unable to render our sciences genuine sciences of being: the sense of their objective domains remains obscure and the method whereby they acquire knowledge about them cannot be completely justified. This is the crisis of European sciences.

Crisis

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2021

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This article argues that the crisis of philosophy consists in the fact that its scientificity is bankrupt: our philosophy is not scientific, and we are skeptical about its possibility to ever become so. Due to the crisis of philosophy, we are unable to render our sciences genuine sciences of being: the sense of their objective domains remains obscure and the method whereby they acquire knowledge about them cannot be completely justified. This is the crisis of European sciences.
Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy
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