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Title: BEYOND HUSSERL, HEIDEGGER, AND MERLEAU-PONTY: THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF MARC RICHIR
Authors: Alexander Schnell 
Boucher, Martin 
Issue Date: 2016
Journal: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy 
Abstract: In this article, I aim to introduce Marc Richir’s refoundation of transcendantal phenomenology. Starting from the double— “symbolic” and properly “phenomenological”—constitution of the concept of phenomenon, I present the key concepts of Richir’s “phe- nomenology nova methodo”: hyperbolical phenomenological epo- che , schematism, affectivity, phantasy, and so on. Beneath the dis- tinction between theory of knowledge and ontology, I seek to un- derstand both the sense of what he calls the “endogenization” of the phenomenological field and, “beyond Husserl, Heidegger and Mer- leau-Ponty,” the role of temporality in the phenomenalization of the phenomenon. Marc
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12458/239
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