Teleology and Intersubjectivity

  • Jeffner Allen
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 9)


In the writings of Edmund Husserl the terms “teleology” and “intersubjectivity” are frequently used together. However, at no time does Husserl carry out an extensive analysis of the nature of the relationship between them. Accordingly, our task will be to undertake a clarification and amplification of several fundamental issues which, when considered together, will give us some insight into the relationship between these two themes.


Essential Form Transcendental Subjectivity Telic Community Telic Process Transcendental Intersubjectivity 
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    Edmund Husserl, Teleologie. Die Implikation des Eidos transzendentaler Intersubjek- tivitat im Eidos transzendentales Ich. Faktum und Eidos, Zur Phanomenologie der Intersubjektivitat, Texte aus dem Nachlass. Dritter Teil: 1929-1935 (ed. Iso Kern), Husserliana XV, Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1973, pp. 378–386; hereafter referred to as Teleologie.Google Scholar

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