Fenomenologia trascendentale e ontologia universale

  • Francesca Dell'Orto Università degli Studi di Torino


Usually, Husserlian phenomenology is thought to bring the question concerning reality and being back to the question of reduction, and there by to the status of objectivity. In other words, from Husserl’s standpoint, it seems that ontology can be rightly grasped only in its relation to the immanence of consciousness. For this reason, he has often been accused of idealism. Nonetheless, we have to go deeper into the relation between consciousness and being, subjectivity and reality, in order to understand the authentic sense of Husserlian idealism, in both its epistemological and ontological interpretation.

Come citare
Dell’Orto, F. (1). Fenomenologia trascendentale e ontologia universale. Philosophy Kitchen - Rivista Di Filosofia Contemporanea, (4). https://doi.org/10.13135/2385-1945/3814