Monde de la vie et philosophie de la vie. Husserl entre Eucken et Dilthey

Julien Farges
2006 Etudes germaniques  
Does Husserl's concept of the life-world justify a global interpretation of his late phenomenology as a philosophy of life? This article focuses at first on some acquaintances between Husserl's notion of the life-world and Eucken's idea of a spiritual unity of life and world. But the confrontation with Dilthey's theory of life-categories reveals how far the phenomenological understanding of the life-world stands from the claims of a life-philosophy.
doi:10.3917/eger.242.0191 fatcat:u6f2kc57qbbahlvo37nc5hxwp4