The research aims to show the difference between Husserl's phenomenology and philosophy of Immanuel Kant. The author focuses his attention on three points, which are fundamental for Husserl's phenomenology and philosophy of Immanuel Kant: the problem of a priori, the problem of impression of reason on the sensory perception and the question of the legitimacy of the categorical imperative. The question of how independent of the conceptual and methodical presuppositions of Kant's philosophy Husserl is in his attempts to execute the phenomenological revolution in philosophy - or, on the contrary, how dependent he is on these presuppositions is in the spotlight.
Andrei Lavrukhin, European Humanitarian University, Vilnius, Lituania (for postal address contact the journal editor)
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