PHENOMENOLOGY OF CULTURE BY E. HUSSERL: COMMUNICATIVE AND COMPREGENSIVE EXPERIENCES

O. Yatsenko

Abstract


The article states the effectiveness of the phenomenological method in solving a wide range of current problems of modern socioculture, both applied and theoretical. It is substantiated that in intentional acts of consciousness the surrounding world acts as a boundary of subjectivity, as a correlate of intentional transformations of interaction of consciousness with the world. Differentiation of communicative and compregensive experience produces the necessary grounds for the interpretation of culture as a mechanism of formation in the mind of the spatial and semantic perspective of perception and understanding of the world. Based on this disposition, we have the opportunity to distinguish between the universality of ways of "capturing" the world, or the metaphysical plan of culture, and its paradigm, or historical and social conditionality. In the dialectic of these dimensions there is a dynamic of the existence of a universal horizon of subjectivity.

Key words: culture, subjectivity, intentionality, communicative experience, compregensive experience, reflection.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26886/2414-634X.1(45)2021.9

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