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Transcendental reduction in Phenomenology is possible only after the first stage of phenomenological reduction, and after this first reduction we can more clearly see without judgement and have a first-person givenness about the central intentionality of our mental activities, self-awareness and phenomenal consciousness. Then in the transcendental stage we ...


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All types of consciousness are intentional according to Husserl's phenomenology, in the sense that they aim toward or intend about something beyond themselves (non-closureness). These object-directed intentional experiences necessarily comprise the ‘noema’ (the object as experienced) and the ‘noesis’ (the mental act that intends the object). Husserl ...


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Psychologism is a philosophical position, according to which psychology plays a central role in grounding or explaining some other, non-psychological type of fact or law. John Locke seems an eminent philosopher explicitly argued for it according to reference here: The Oxford English Dictionary defines psychologism as: "The view or doctrine that a ...


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From the concluding sentence of your same reference: Consequently evidence of the ex-pression is also a determining part of the idea of scientific truth, as predicative complexes that are, or can be, grounded absolutely. So Husserl seems to emphasize we need these pre-predicative judgements and evidences as a determining part to ground whole idea of ...


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