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Intuition et signification. La doctrine husserlienne du sens intuitif dans le champ de réflexion contemporain

Abstract : Intuition, understood as an analogical, non-discursive mode of representation, has always been clearly distinguished, in Husserl, from symbolic thought at work in the productions of language. First dependent on symbolic thought which appears as the sole vehicle of meaning until the Logical Investigations, intuition gradually gains, from the Ideas, a foundational value and an autonomy of functioning and becomes the place of choice of a specific meaning. A theory of intuitive sense, freed from the Fregeen model of meaning, is therefore constructed, despite Husserl's reluctance to admit all of its implications. The analysis of this theory is carried out in parallel with contemporary cognitive research where the theme of intuition is experiencing a renewed interest in work on mental imagery and its "pictorial" properties. However, specificity from the phenomenological point of view sets limits to this parallel. It is the theory of horizon intentionality, incompatible with the naturalistic presuppositions of cognitive psychology, which constitutes Husserl's most original contribution to a phenomenology of intuitiveness.
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Franck Despujol. Intuition et signification. La doctrine husserlienne du sens intuitif dans le champ de réflexion contemporain. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université Paris 12, 1999. Français. ⟨tel-03250476⟩



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