This article argues that the part of the theory of knowledge that concerns the fundamental and general problems of the “correlation between pure, knowing reason and reality” is absorbed by transcendental phenomenology; more specifically, by the phenomenology of reason. The more applied problems that stem from the interpretation of the factual sciences, which, as Husserl says, are also considered as belonging to the theory of knowledge, will be addressed on the basis of the eidetic insights provided by the phenomenology of reason. It is also important to notice that the theory of knowledge of transcendence is only a part of the general theory of knowledge that will extend to all objects in general, including the immanent ones.

Theory of Knowledge

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2021

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This article argues that the part of the theory of knowledge that concerns the fundamental and general problems of the “correlation between pure, knowing reason and reality” is absorbed by transcendental phenomenology; more specifically, by the phenomenology of reason. The more applied problems that stem from the interpretation of the factual sciences, which, as Husserl says, are also considered as belonging to the theory of knowledge, will be addressed on the basis of the eidetic insights provided by the phenomenology of reason. It is also important to notice that the theory of knowledge of transcendence is only a part of the general theory of knowledge that will extend to all objects in general, including the immanent ones.
Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy
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