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Phiinomenologie-Metaphysik oder Methode. p. 117. 34. Ibid.. p. 101. 35. Cpo my "Consciousness and Life-World," Social Research (Spring 1975), pp. 147-66, for further comments on this issue. 36. E. Husserl, Zur Phiinomen%gie del' Intersubjektil'itiit (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1973). THE PROBLEM OF THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF EDMUND HUSSERLI, * EUGEN FINK 1. The Inquiry into the Problem of Phenomenology as a Conditioned Interpretation In order to present the guiding, fundamental problem of a documented philosophy, it is appropriate that one Iturn only to the documents.

21 22 this understanding occasionally involved later. reworked stages in his development. or above all concerned the phenomenological method. Methods, however, do not stand on their own in the realm of philosophy: they are demanded by and wrested from problems. One cannot grasp the driving problem of a philosophy from its method. Rather. it is the other way around: the sense of the method is determined by the problem. Therefore. when the texts contain the problem more between the lines than in them, as is the case in Husserl's phenomenology, the risk of an interpretation lies in one's seeking the essential, fundamental question which forms the inner beginning of a philosophy, and hence, which makes possible the question's textual documentation, from an understanding of the texts gained merely by following them.

When the texts contain the problem more between the lines than in them, as is the case in Husserl's phenomenology, the risk of an interpretation lies in one's seeking the essential, fundamental question which forms the inner beginning of a philosophy, and hence, which makes possible the question's textual documentation, from an understanding of the texts gained merely by following them. The concept of the "risk" of an interpretation is sharpened when what it means to "construct a philosophical problem" is expressly discussed.

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