Helmut Holzhey

Neokantismo e fenomenologia: il problema dell'intuizione

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The author of the paper argues that the equilibrium of intuition and logical thinking which we find in Kant's philosophy is sublated in Husserlian phenomenology as well as in the Neokantianism. Husserl tended to favour intuition, the Marburg School of Neokantianism - on the contrary - tended to favour logical thinking. In the phenomenological philosophy intuition becomes a methodological concept which does not figure in opposition to synthetic thinking but to the void (unfulfilled) meaning. The Neokantian criticism was directed not only towards the Kantian thesis that intuition has a necessary function in forming objective knowledge, but also towards the phenomenological understanding of intuition as an immediate grasp of the object.

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