The Reasons of Emotions. Scheler and Husserl

Veniero Venier

Abstract


Despite the clear differences and reciprocal controversial evaluations, extreme similarities are to be found in Husserl and Scheler’s theory regarding the central question of a phenomenology of the emotions. The essential theoretical characteristic that brings Husserl closer to Scheler is the ethical question as to whether it is possible to regulate one’s own world of values and one’s own rational-affective dimension, and whether such a possibility can be translated into the fundamental motivation for the course of one’s own personal education and creation as an authentic vocation.


Keywords


Reasons; Values; Emotions

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13136/thau.v3i0.43

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.13136/thau.v3i0.43.g45

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