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Against Epistemology: A Metacritique Studies in Husserl and the Phenomenological Antinomies

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One of Theodor Adorno's most important works, Against Epistemology inspired Habermas and Marcuse and continues to influence other eminent thinkers in philosophy and the social sciences today. Against Epistemology is in essence a long essay against Western metaphysics or, as Adorno put it, "the lordship of the subject." Adorno's thought was a nexus of analytic philosophy, social theory, and cultural criticism, and components of all three are found in this book. It takes as its starting point Husserl's phenomenological method and Adorno's critique of Husserl's belief that phenomenology constitutes a genuine scientific method. Moving forward--since "Husserl's philosophy is the occasion and not the point of this book"--Adorno demonstrates why the Frankfurt School rejected the methods of the natural sciences as a model for the development of the social sciences. These considerations lead directly to the book's primary argument: Adorno's refutation of the claim of Western philosophy since the time of Aristotle to hold the key to truths that are beyond doubt and that transcend presuppositions through the unaided instrumentality of human reason. Adorno takes as his epigraph a fragment from Epicharmus: "A mortal must think mortal and not immortal thoughts." Adorno wrote this work in Oxford during the first years of his exile, between 1934 and 1937. He assembled and edited the manuscript in Frankfurt for its first publication in 1956.

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Preface 1 244

Introduction 3
Procedure and Object Immanent Critique
Mediating the First Mathematicizaton
Concept of Method Promoting the Subject
Persistence as Truth The Elementary
The Regressive
Philosophy of Origins and Epistemology
System and Debit Opposing Forces in Epistemology
The Drive for System Doctrine of Antinomies
Nominalism Motivation and Tendency of Ontology
Illusory Concretization and Formalism
New and Old

1 Critique of Logical Absolutism 41
Philosophy, Metaphysics and Science
Contradiction in Scientificization
Concept of Intuition Husserl's Scientism
Dialectic in Spite of Itself A Head-Start for Science
'Realism' in Logic The Logical In-Itself
Presupposition of Logical Absolutism
Essence and Development (Entfaltung)
Calculators, Logic and Mechanics
Reification of Logic The Logical 'Object'
Autosemantic and Synsemantic Expressions
Logical Laws and Laws of Thought
Aporia of Logical Absolutism
Relating Genesis and Validity Genesis and Psychology

Thinking and Psychologism
The Law of Non-Contradiction The Law of ldent i i v Fragility of the System

Contingency Abandoning the Empirical
Phenomenological and Eidetic Motifs 4 Essence and Pure Ego 186

Husserl and his Successors Phenomenology
2 Species and Intention Attempts to Break Out Self-Revocation

Propositions in Themselves and Essences Character of Immanence and the Fetishism of the Concept
Lived Experience (Eriebnis) and `Sense' 'Attitude' (Einstellung) Fantasy and Body

Critique of Singular 'Senses' Categorial Intuition The Paradoxital Apex
Origin of Essential Insight (Wesensschau) The Provenance of Logical Absolutism
'Idea tional Abstraction' Abstraction and róc5e rí Fulfilment of Unsensed Moments
The Primacy of Meaning Analysis (Bedeutungsanalyse) 'Becoming Aware' (Gewahrwerdung)
The Function of the Noema Noema and etóog Motivation of Objectivism
Relation Between the Two Reductions Noema as Hybrid Withering Away of Argument
Essence and 'Factual States of Consciousness' Phenomenology as Philosophy of Reflection
Antinomy of Subjectivism and Eidetics The System in Ruins
'Eidetic Variations' Essence as Fiction
Advanced and Restorative Elements
45 3 Epistemological Concepts in Dialectic 124 Natural History Museum Abstract Ideal of Security
Infinitization of the Temporal Origin of the ek5N- Ego
Phenomenology as Epistemology Consciousness, Pure Essence, Time
Positivism and Platonism Husserl's Concept of Transcendental Ego and Facticity Equivocation of'1'
Givenness 'Foundation' (Fundierung) Solipsism The Aporia of Transcendental Experience
Ontologization of the Factical The End of Idealism
Thing as Model of the Given
Givenness Mediated in Itself The Subject of Givenness Translator's Note 235
Paradoxia of Pure Intuition BibliographicalNote 239
Matter as Fulfilment Sensation and Perception German—English Lexicon 242

Antinomy of the Doctrine of Perception Index 245
Sensation and Materialism
Epistemology as Elementary Analysis 'Gestalt'

Intentionality and Constitution Enter Noesis and Noema
The Forgotten Synthesis Critique of Correlation Theory
Pure Identity and Noematic' Core
The Primacy of Objectifying Acts
Thing as Clue (Leitfaden) Antinomy of the Noema
Critique Dismissed

Antagonism to SyStem
Husserl's Transition to Transcendental Idealism

Adorno, Theodor W.

1903 - 1969
Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno (Frankfurt am Main, 1903. szeptember 11. – Visp (Svájc), 1969. augusztus 6.) német filozófus, zeneesztéta, a marxizmushoz közel álló frankfurti iskola képviselője.

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