Judgment and modality in Husserl. The evolution of the theory of judgment and the judicative content of Vorlesungen über bedetungslehre until Ideen I

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Abstract

This paper discusses the evolution of Husserl's conception of judgement and propositional content from the lections on theory of meaning (1908) up to Ideen I (1913). It is shown that the conception of Ideen I, with the distinction between the complete noema and the noematic core, results from the fulfillment of tendences wich are already present and active in Husserl's earlier work. Along with the conception of Ideen I it is the problem of the modalities of judgement that becomes crucial, from a systematical point of view.

Translated title of the contributionJudgment and modality in Husserl. The evolution of the theory of judgment and the judicative content of Vorlesungen über bedetungslehre until Ideen I
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)157-195
Number of pages39
JournalAnuario Filosofico
Volume37
Issue number1
StatePublished - 2004
Externally publishedYes

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