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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2012.tde-06112012-104628
Document
Author
Full name
Marcella Marino Medeiros Silva
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Suzuki, Marcio (President)
Ferraz Neto, Bento Prado de Almeida
Ferraz, Marcus Sacrini Ayres
Title in Portuguese
"Fantasia e consciência de imagem", lições apresentadas por Husserl no semestre de inverno de 1904 - 1905: tradução, introdução e notas
Keywords in Portuguese
Consciência de imagem
Fantasia
Husserl
Intencionalidade
Intuição estética
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho consiste na tradução anotada da Terceira Parte das Lições do Semestre de Inverno de 1904-1905 intitulada Fantasia e Consciência de Imagem, acompanhada de uma introdução. Nesta apresentamos inicialmente a teoria da intencionalidade desenvolvida nas Investigações Lógicas, cujos elementos são fundamentais para a compreensão da análise da estrutura intencional das imagens físicas e da fantasia empreendida nas Lições. Num segundo momento, buscamos retraçar o percurso analítico feito por Husserl nas Lições, o qual conduz ao reconhecimento de que as fantasias, consideradas inicialmente imagens, possuem uma estrutura intencional semelhante à das percepções. Esta descoberta o levará ao questionamento e à crítica do esquema apreensão-conteúdo de apreensão, até então válido para descrever os diversos modos de consciência intencional, e ao esboço de uma nova teoria para explicitar a diferença entre o caráter atual dos atos presentantes e o caráter inatual dos atos presentificantes, como a memória, a fantasia e a expectativa.
Title in English
"Fantasy and image consciousness", lectures presented by Edmund Husserl in the winter semester 1904 - 1905: translation, introduction and notes
Keywords in English
Aesthetic contemplation
Fantasy
Husserl
Image consciousness
Intentionality
Abstract in English
This dissertation comprises the annotated translation of the Third Part of the Lectures from the Winter Semester 1904/1905, entitled Fantasy and Image Consciousness, and an introduction. In the introduction, we initially present the theory of intentionality developed in the Logical Investigations, whose elements are fundamental to understand the analysis of the intentional structure of physical and fantasy images carried out in the Lectures. Secondly, we seek to retrace the analytical path taken by Husserl in the Lectures, which leads to the recognition that fantasies, initially considered as images, have an intentional structure similar to that of perceptions. This discovery will lead him to criticize the scheme apprehension-content of apprehension, hitherto valid for describing the various modes of intentional consciousness, and to outline a new interpretation to explain the difference between the actual character of the acts of presentation and the inactual character" of the acts of representation, such as memory, fantasy and expectation.
 
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2012-11-06
 
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