Meningens Fenomenologi og Fenomenologiens Mening - et studie av Edmund Husserls fenomenologi
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From a phenomenological point of view, 'meaning' is on the one hand something objective, irreal or ideal. On the other, meaning is something which is manifest in human action and expression. On a linguistic level, Husserl employs a distinction similar to Freges 'sense and reference' distinction. Contrary to Frege, Husserl also employ a theory of intentionality, which serves to anchor 'meaning' in the pre-predicative experiences of the world and its objects. Husserls transcendental turn, after Logical Investigations, is a turn towards the synthesis which always already are operative in the pre-predicative perceptual experience, and in which an anticipation towards cognition, knowledge and truth already are manifest. These serve as the basic foundation from which judging in general proceeds.
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