La norma fondamentale. Husserl e la fenomenologia dei valori

Veniero Venier


The fundamental norm. husserl and the phenomenology of values

From its very beginnings, Husserl’s philosophical life was characterised by the interweaving between ethical reflection and logical-argumentative rigour. It is not just a matter of the constant efforts concerning a theoretical formulation that was always aimed at constant formal coherence, but also and above all, of the progressive association of a rigorous ethics with the value of the individual- personal dimension. The phenomenological analysis of values – intertwined with those of perceptive-intellective experiences, feeling and volition – gradually finds a common denominator that, somewhere in the ‘20s, progressively takes shape in the ethical-material theme of personal vocation. This is a fundamental result for the phenomenology of values that, from the initial approach in which Husserl had difficulty in finding a possible conjugation between logics and ethics, finally culminates in the ethical theme of vocation as the essential norm one is asked to meet in the fulfilment of one’s best and one’s good.


Veniero Venier; Husserl; valori; norma essenziale

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