Historical Reduction and Transcendental Method--An Approach to the Course on Metaphysics
|Issue Date:||Jan-1998||Start page/Pages:||167-192||Source:||國立臺灣大學哲學論評||Abstract:||
In giving lectures on the course of metaphysics, we can make use of the combined use of the Historical Reduction and the Transcendental Method as an effective approach.
The Historical Reduction as introduced by Edmund Husserl is an investigstion into the various sets of metaphysics as appeared in history in different periods so as to evaluate their rationalities as well as their irrationalities. Whereas, the Transcendental Method as expounded by Transcendental Thomism is a method based on Kantian transcendental reflection into one's cognitional structure so as to determine how far our study in metaphysics can go.
If we combine the use of the Historical Reduction and the Transcendental Method, we can have a deeper insight into the achievements as well as the weaknesses of various great metaphysicians in history such as Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Kant, Mar?chal, Whitehead, Heidegger, and Coreth. And, we can be in a better position to retain the good points as handed down by our predecessors while avoiding the pitfalls they had traversed before.
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