Transcendental Phenomenology vs Existential Phenomenology
There were 3 approaches towards the term “phenomenology” dated from 1807, 1920 and 1927. However, it is towards the latter years which we could see 2 different methodology on prodigy. For Husserl, phenomenology is an advance which took the spontaneous understanding towards a certain starting point and then tries to wheedle out the most important elements of the experiences. These important elements which Husserl refers to are the experience that we come into contact with at that certain point of time. This experience is often referring to your own personal experience, and you will tend to extract the most memorable part of it from the entire journey, that leaves a deep mark in your memory. To Husserl, this is the act of awareness and the phenomenon that directed it. It is an intentional act in which comprises the act of hate, love, kindness and believing. However, on the controversy, the content of transcendental phenomenology, it refers to the act of been loved, hated, wanted and believed. It is in this world, which we or rather Husserl felt about the existence of the external world and its no-essential elements which would directly affect us. In spite of this, at the later stage, it was later defined that c would be the study of the fundamental configuration that is left in the pure consciousness and thus the relations between it. And this is “transcendental phenomenology”. As for Heidegger, the phenomenon advance towards the globe in a vision of the world of beings. And to Heidegger, “vision of the world of beings” the denial if Husserl’s “transcendental phenomenology” ego built up earlier by him. In which Husserl left the world to be contemplated with the understanding of has been transparent before been conscious. However, to Heidegger, been conscious has been around the world for decades. And the difference between “existential phenomenology” and “transcendental phenomenology” , it is the importance of understanding the natural or scientific attitudes or theories of the ontology nature aspect of this world.