By Paul Ricoeur (auth.), Anna-Teressa Tymieniecka (eds.)

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4 In fact, Husserl's classic conception of phenomenology, which rediscovers and revives the roots of present-day humanity in its genesis in the primordial life-world of man (that was supposed to be the foundation of a mathesis universalis) is prejudicially and narrowly one-sided, as has already been pointed out. The crisis of the sciences and of present-day culture is identified by Husserl with Occidental culture alone. Consequently, the Husserlian investigation of its genesis in the life-world considers only the conceptual and experiential development of specifically Western culture, which is singled out as the paradigm of human culture at large.

And this is what is fundamentally required by an investigation into the basic relationship between historical imagination and human temporality. Without entering into the technicalities of Kant's work, it may suffice to remind ourselves here that in the Transcendental Aesthetic the question of time was more or less dealt with without the narrow framework of a parallelism between space and time, although the "inner sense" (to which time is ascribed and with which it is nearly identified) is said to encompass all experience, be it outer or inner.

A similar concern survives in Husserl's early preoccupation with the foundations of mathematics in principles of cognition. Responding in his later development to the so-called "crisis of the European sciences", which have become overrationalized and lost their ties to human life, Husserl attempted a large-scale investigation of the life-world as the transcendental source of human cognition. In this he has competed scientifically with another attempt made by the neo-positivism which has culminated in the "Encyclopedia of Unified Science", a school of philosophy led by thinkers like Hempel, Nagel, etc.

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