Lucidite Du Corps: De l'Empirisme Transcendantal En Phenomenologie

Series: Phaenomenologica (160)

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Given its transcendental impulse, Husserl's analysis of the lived body has been considered by many phenomenologists and by most Husserl scholars as unable to account for our everyday intimate relationship with our own embodied self and with other embodied selves. Contrary to such a widespread contention, this work shows that Husserl's phenomenology contains unknown descriptive resources which provide a detailed account of the individual and communitarian lived body at a transcendental level proper. The purpose of Lucidite du Corps , then, is to confront such an analysis with recent accounts in empirical scientific fields (emergent neurobiology, ethnology and infant psychology, psychopathology, comprehensive sociology and ethnology) and to engage in a renewed analysis of the lived body as empowered with lucidity and not as burdened by a passive opacity. The author maintains the transcendentality of the body and claims the possibility of a transcendental empiricism as a theoretical framework for phenomenology.