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Two Cliffs of Phenomenologic Philosophy of Science

(Original title: Dve úskalia fenomenologickej filozofie vedy)
Filozofia, 40 (1985), 5, 553-560.
Type of work: Papers - Criticism of Bourgeois Philosophy of the XXth Century
Publication language: Slovak
Phenomenology represents a factor that determines the style of contemporary philosophic reflection of science in the West. The attention of phenomenologists is shifted ever more from the traditional domain of social and psychological sciences to natural sciences, especially physics. The discovering of fundamentals of science and its understanding within the framework of socio-cultural reality makes the sense of philosophic reflection of science. Phenomenologic reflection of science examines two spheres of problems, namely the tectonics of the worlds and the tectonics of the reflexive. In both regions it meets with the phenomenon of horizontalness which is, however, explicated in an immanent fashion and is hyperstatized in order to make dialectics subjective.
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