Ještě o fenoménech a povaze jevení
The nature of appearing revisited
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The paper deals with the fundamental phenomenological difference that one can find in philosophy as analysis and interpretation of the appearing of phenomena, established by Edmund Husserl at the very beginning of his thinking: the difference between the appearing as lived experience, and the phenomena as appearing entities. The paper skeatches some transformations of this motive in the late thinking of Husserl culminating in the analysis and interpretation of the „living presence“.
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