Il problema del mondo e l’olismo dell’esperienza

  • Claude Romano Austrian Catholic University


This text deals with the phenomenological issue of the world's ways of givenness. As is well known, on the one hand Husserl approaches this question by reducing the givenness of the world to the ego's constituing acts. On the other hand, Heidegger aims at overcoming the transcendental ego by the notion of the being-in-the-world, even if this latter still plays the role of a world-configurator. In dialogue with Husserl, Heidegger, and some other phenomenologists and analytic philosophers, I develop a new framework, which I propose to call “holism of experience”, in order to address anew the question of the world's givenness.