Consciousness, intentionality and intercorporeality

The aim of this paper is to situate and discuss consciousness, intentionality and intersubjectivity in Edmund Husserl's and Maurice Merleau-Ponty's phenomenological theories, in the context of a debate about Arno Engelmann's Theory of the Two Consciousness. Three questions are proposed to professor Arno Engelmann.

Consciousness; phenomenology; intersubjectivity; intercorporeality


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