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Print version ISSN 1692-8857
On-line version ISSN 2011-7477

Abstract

FERRER ORTEGA, Jesús Guillermo. PERCEPTION, CONSCIOUSNESS OF IMAGE AND AESTHETIC CONSIDERATION IN EDMUND HUSSERL’S PHENOMENOLOGY. Eidos [online]. 2009, n.10, pp.52-91. ISSN 1692-8857.

Husserl's concept of subjectivity doesn't bound to its logical and episte-mological aspects, but it extends to its ethic und aesthetic dimensions. The external perception constitutes the original and founding experience of transcendental life. Moreover the perception's trend to a complete vision of the things moves the whole subject and explains its dynamism. This trend is just an ideal, which any kind of subjective effort could realize. However Husserl considers some experiences, which imply the subject's "liberation" from the passivity of a tendency to a total intuition of the objects. That's the case of the aesthetic consideration of the images. Beside she announces a peculiar way of relationship with the world and the others, but in another way as the perception.

Keywords : Bildobjekt (image-object); Bild-sujet (image-theme); liberation.

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