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INVERSO, Hernán Gabriel. Phenomenology of Inapparent and the Problem of the Ways to Transcendental Dimension. Eidos [online]. 2017, n.26, pp.43-73. ISSN 1692-8857.

Abstract The different dimensions of phenomenological research and its intrinsic link to methodology lead to pay attention to this area and, within it, especially to the ways to transcendental dimension. The beginning of this discussion goes back to the abandonment -or absence of abandonment- of Cartesianism in Husserl, an issue that became a third problem in the issue of the ways to reduction. In this paper we study these problems in order to suggest that developments on generativity and phenomenology of the inapparent redefine the problem in more general terms, exploring the ways leading into the transcendental realm that unfold in the various dimensions of phenomenological research. In this regard, we will continue the first two discussions and finally point out the directions that arise in the development of the third question.

Keywords : Phenomenology; transcendental; Husserl; inapparent; Descartes.

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