The aim of this article is to discuss how theology fits within Husserl’s conception of the task and method of philosophy, i.e., how it relates to his project of developing philosophy as a universal science of being that is grounded in phenomenology and able to overcome the objectivism of traditional metaphysics. In particular, in the first section, I will show that God constitutes a necessary theme of phenomenological philosophy. The second section will situate theology within the system of disciplines that phenomenological philosophy comprises, and in the final section, I will outline Husserl’s program of a non-objectivist theology and its specificity within the metaphysical tradition.

Phenomenology, teleology, and theology

Trizio E
2022

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The aim of this article is to discuss how theology fits within Husserl’s conception of the task and method of philosophy, i.e., how it relates to his project of developing philosophy as a universal science of being that is grounded in phenomenology and able to overcome the objectivism of traditional metaphysics. In particular, in the first section, I will show that God constitutes a necessary theme of phenomenological philosophy. The second section will situate theology within the system of disciplines that phenomenological philosophy comprises, and in the final section, I will outline Husserl’s program of a non-objectivist theology and its specificity within the metaphysical tradition.
The Husserlian Mind
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