Lecturer(s): prof. dr. Lozar Mrevlje Janko
Introductory explication of early and late philosophy of Edmund Husserl as the father of phenomenology. Shift to and by the phenomenology of Martin Heidegger.
Explication of the Cartesian paradigm, its relation to modern sciences, the truth of rationality and temporality. Tackling the issue of dualism with transcendental approach. The problem of the absoluteness of pure ego as transcendental residuum,intersubjectivity, lifeworld ontology and the ontological crisis of science. The question of metaphysical presuppositions as found in Husserl’s philosophy, in relation to the most challenging criticism of metaphysics found in Nietzsche and Heidegger. A different outline of the history of philosophy.