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On circles and spirals. From Self-Reference to Self-Transcendence

A Question Containing Itself Metaphysics of Genesis and Emergentism
In Husserl, traditional metaphysics doubles the naturalistic oppositionsbetween form and matter, subject and object, nature and mind etc., at the grounding layer of reality. This way it never gains an authentically transcendental standpoint. Phenomenology discovers that description isalways an intrinsic part of what it describes: in reducing the world the egomakes it possible according to eidetic laws. Therefore, a phenomenological metaphysics” should give genetically reason of this movement, which makes reference to the corporeal rootedness of consciousness. Apparently, enactive emergentism seems to respond to this issue in a naturalizing way. In a sense, it pursues the task of genetic phenomenology, shedding light on the temporal dynamics of self–constitution and the metastable balance of consciousness; but the ambition of genetic phenomenology—as every transcendentalism — is also to take into account the not–individually–lived, that is the Lebenswelt, the already–constituted significations which are neither merely biological nor environmental, rather logical, technical, and historical.A phenomenological metaphysics, therefore, should answer for an inclusion and a self–inclusion: the inclusion of all experiences in the “multilayered” temporal display, and the inclusion of itself in itself, for itself contributes, while describing, to that temporal display.
pagine: 29-37
DOI: 10.4399/97888255125333
data pubblicazione: Dicembre 2017
editore: Aracne