Husserl argues against Kant in two respects: first, it gives the value of mental acts, second, he turns his doubt on Kant's categorical imperative as the base determines the will. Husserl rejects Kant's view of the mental acts that every feeling and desire announces heteronomous definition. Therefore, he does not share Kant's statement that all the practical principles that link to matter, ie. E. The ability of an object of desire, as a motive of volition, can only be empirical laws. In contrast, Husserl believes that the objective value of the predicate is based on their own laws. In this case, we should speak about the laws that belong to the idea of, respectively, every ponimaniyutsennosti as such. In the same way as the "true" and "false" found its foundation in connection with the relevant regulations of consciousness must now be "valuable" and "netsennoe" clarified in connection with the constitutive mental acts. Likewise, Husserl rejects the Kantian statement that all material subject to the principles of the universal principle of self-love or personal well-being. This Kant asserts the validity of the hedonistic assumption that the definition of sensual decisive value will ultimately desired object is called the expected comfort. In contrast, Husserl insists on the evaluation opportunities, differentiating qualities.
La Reine des Neiges: French Edition
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