By Gustav Shpet
Despite, or even greater via advantage of, its very brevity, visual appeal and experience is a tough textual content to learn and comprehend, relatively if we make the try out independently of Husserl's principles I. this can be definitely at the least partially due to the motive in the back of Shpet's paintings. at the one hand it strives to provide Husserl' s most modern perspectives to a Russian philosophical viewers now not but conversant with and, possibly, now not even conscious of, his transcendental idealist flip. With this objective any examining might perforce be exacting. but, nevertheless, Shpet has made scant concession to his public. certainly, his textual content is much more compressed, specifically within the an important parts facing the sense-bestowing characteristic of awareness, than Husserl' s personal. For all that, Shpet has now not bequeathed to us easily an abbreviated paraphrase nor a selective observation on rules I, even though at many issues it is only that. particularly, the textual content most likely is a severe engagement with Husserl' s proposal, the place Shpet between different issues refonnulates or at the very least offers Husserl's phenomenology from the point of view of hoping to light up a conventional philosophical challenge in an intensive demeanour. given that Husserl's textual content was once released in simple terms in 1913 and Shpet's seemed someday in the course of 1914, the latter should have been conceived, inspiration via, and written in amazing haste. certainly, Shpet had already comprehensive a primary draft and used to be busy with a revision of it by way of the top of 1913.
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However, an exhaustive elucidation of the role of these influences is still as much an open question as is that of the role of Bolzano or Brentano. It is our aim here to explain the role of phenomenology itself and to do this Introduction 5 precisely from the viewpoint of its stated aim, namely to be the fundamental philosophical science and, consequently, to continue the work and tradition of positive philosophy. In other words, we intend to penetrate into the very sense of phenomenology itself as it is revealed above all in its manner of formulating questions and, though to a lesser degree, in its solutions to these questions.
But speaking of negative philosophy we should carefully distinguish dogmatic negation from the simple questions to which it seeks and expects answers though perhaps does not find. There is a difference in principle between doubts, searchings and "questions," such as Hume's, and ready answers for everything. Actually negative philosophy, particularly in its critiques, has played a rather important role in history by drawing the attention of philosophers to new aspects and to new types of what exists, and by raising new questions and doubts about it.
Scottish philosophy could successfully oppose Hume, but it in turn fell victim to Kant's critique precisely from the side that revealed a weakness common to it and its opponents - psychologism. This historical example reveals to us another side in the development of philosophical thought and is a very good illustration of how philosophy, pursuing positive aims, can nonetheless deviate into "privativism" and dry up, like a withered bough, on the living trunk of philosophy. " Not only must everything be included within it, but each item must also be in its proper place.