By Manas Roy
In re-searching Edmund Husserl's eternal concept epoche via Pheno-Photo-Word concertment, you'll be able to re-discover such a lot of new dimensional lighting in the direction of manifestation certainly one of a brand new Phenomenology-Deconstruction-Deconcert measurement. In Photosynthesis mechanism the place tree leaves obtain & arrange their nutrition fabrics via sun and we may perhaps locate it related as in all Literatures whereas they obtain their subjective nutrition fabrics within the kind of new literal principles simply via this eternal Husserlian mechanism of epoche or, it really is 'Photo-mechanism' the type dynamism of epoche the 'Photo Dynamics'. And Deconcert from philosophical characteristic, should be defined as: 'The idea of culturing syntagms by means of photo-dynamics (PD), through concerting themselves with compatible literature(s), making and plying all at a time'. And 'Concert-ing Deconstruction' is simply an attempt in the direction of exploration of the resultant-metaphysics of Derrida's Philosophy of Deconstruction within the current period. chiefly it s an attempt in the direction of re-thinking of Husserl's Phenomenology extra scientifically after Derrida's Deconstruction; and opening-up of recent Deconcertic dimensions one among its new type measurement will be provided as 'Photo-Phenomenology'; and will be brought as a brand new department of 'Phenomenology' below the recent institution: Concertive Humanities; putting for the hot dimensional re-searchable research of twenty first century's knowledge of photo-phenomenological Deconcerto Philosophy: The newly emerged 'Concertology' after 'Phenomenology'. And hence, 'Concertology' will be introduced as a brand new department of 'Philosophy', after 'Phenomenology'. ultimately, it easily 'Philosophy through Photo-Dynamics'.
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6. Human beings are finite. As a "being-in-the-world," we Epoché: The Photo 55 recognize that death is a "not-to-be- outstripped" (inevitable) possibility. Death as such is the possibility of the end of all possibilities. " As a "being-towards-death," as Heidegger would say, the human being becomes aware that she cannot have all the possibilities. Faced with the recognition of one's finitude, one also recognizes that one is always faced with choices. In making a choice, some one simultaneously eliminate thousands of other possible choices.
One cannot deny or understand nothing — something must be under consideration for thought to occur. In the presence of nothing, there is no person, no individual. 36 Chapter One (b) Transcendental Idealism “Everything which is and has reality for me, that is, for man, exists only in my own consciousness,” Husserl stated. According to Husserl, through reduction, the Phenomenological Ego can become and observer of itself, aware of itself, and self-conscious. Since we gain knowledge via this ego, we learn about the ego as we learn about the environment around us.
XXVI, p. 212). However, i t m a y b e n o t i c e d that Husserl does not naively take the existence of an extra-mental referent for granted. Instead, he asks which structures of consciousness entitle us to represent the world as containing particular objects transcending what is currently given to us in experience. Husserl can thus be read or at least be rationally reconstructed as both an early direct reference theorist and a nonnaive externalist on intentional content and respective meanings.