In this paper we consider the Husserl's reflections about the function of the philosopher in the life of humanity. In particular, Husserl argues that the philosopher is a true vocation and that his task is to show humanity the “hidden meaning” in its history and to bring it to light as a guide for philosophy and for every single man. In this respect the traditions and values ​​of the past take on an important role in the formation and growth of the sense (the telos) in itself.

The Task of Philosophy and the Significance of the Vocation of the Philosopher for Human Life in Husserl's Phenomenological Analysis

GHIGI, Nicoletta
2005

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In this paper we consider the Husserl's reflections about the function of the philosopher in the life of humanity. In particular, Husserl argues that the philosopher is a true vocation and that his task is to show humanity the “hidden meaning” in its history and to bring it to light as a guide for philosophy and for every single man. In this respect the traditions and values ​​of the past take on an important role in the formation and growth of the sense (the telos) in itself.
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