TRANSCENDENTÁLNA FUNKCIA UMENIA V HUSSERLOVSKEJ FENOMENOLÓGII
Transcendental function of art in Husserlian phenomenology
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In the paper the anticipation of the transcendental function of art and artistic production in the phenomenological system of Edmund Husserl is under scrutiny. Despite the strong links between art and Husserl’s phenomenology, explicitly Husserl himself never considered art as having philosophical significance for his system. Thus I start by describing the way in which the “principle of art” closes up another transcendental system – that of Immanuel Kant. Then the author proceeds to show the close parallels between Kant’s reasoning in transcendental deduction and Husserl’s genetic analyses. He continues by analysing the possible reasons why Husserl has not applied the “principle of art” in the way Kant did and then he looks for possible places of application of this principle in Husserl’s phenomenology. Finally the author shows how Husserl actually prepared the ground for such application for the further generation of phenomenologists.
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