Edmund Husserl’s Phenomenological Theory of Judgment: The Sole Logically Coherent Epistemology in the History of Western Philosophy

Author: Kelly, Frank J.
Year:2016
Pages:120
ISBN:1-4955-0435-2
978-1-4955-0435-8
Price:119.95
This study of the perceptual foundation for the theory of categorial judgment of Edmund Husserl possesses two objectives. First, clarification of the confusion concerning the purpose of his last major phenomenological treatise, Experience and Judgment. Secondly, a presentation of his theory of categorial judgment.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE “CONCEPT” OF PREPREDICATIVE EXPERIENCE WITHIN HUSSERL’S THEORY OF JUDGMENT
Section 1A. Purpose of the Study
Section 1B. Two Objections
Section 1C. Two Refutations
Section 1D. Clarification of the “half-truth”
CHAPTER 2. AN ANALYSIS OF JUDGMENTS OF PERCEPTION IN CONTEMPLATIVE PERCEPTION
Section 2A. Emergence of Perceptual and Objective Senses from Judgments of Perception
Section 2B. Analysis of Simple Apprehension
Section 2C. Analysis of Explicative Contemplation
Section 2D. Analysis of Ramified Explication
Section 2E. Progress of Genetic Analysis beyond Static Analysis
CHAPTER 3. AN ANALYSIS OF THE PREDICATIONAL SYNTHESIS OF ATTRIBUTION IN THE FORMULATION OF SIMPLE CATEGORICAL JUDGMENTS
Section 3A. An Over-View of the Emergence of Different Meanings in the Formulation of Simple Categorial Judgments
Section 3B. Constitution of Judgment Senses in Three Stages
Section 3C. An Over-View of the Predicational Synthesis of Attribution
Section 3D. An Analysis of the Four Steps in the Predicational Synthesis of Attribution
Section 3E. Critique of the Synthesis and its Structure of Predication
CHAPTER 4. AN ANALYSIS OF THE PREDICATIONAL SYNTHESIS OF PLURALIZED THEMATIZATION IN THE FORMULATION OF COMPLEX CATEGORIAL JUDGMENTS
Section 4A. The Emergence of Logical Sense in the Formulation of Complex Categorial Judgments
Section 4B. General Analysis of Pluralized Thematization as a Synthesis
Section 4C. Special Analysis of “Turning-of-Regard” of the Ego
CHAPTER 5. CONCLUSION – TWO HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGICAL QUESTIONS: “DO JUDGMENTS OF PERCEPTION REALLY HAVE A PREDICATIVE STRUCTURE”?; AND “DO THEY FOUND ADEQUATELY SIMPLE CATEGORIAL JUDGMENTS?”. SUPERIOR VALUE OF GENETIC OVER STATIC ANALYSIS IN CONSTITUTION
Section 5A. A Review of an Invalid Logical Dilemma and a Pseudo-epistemological Problem
Section 5B. An Analysis of the Constitutional Role of the “Founding-Founded” Relationship
Section 5C. Correct Characterization of Static Analysis in the Scholarship on Logical Investigations
Section 5D. Close Consideration of Genetic Analysis in the Scholarship on Formal and Transcendental Logic
Section 5E. Genuine Advancement of Genetic Beyond Static Analysis in the Scholarship on Experience and Judgment
FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX