PHENOMENOLOGY STUDIES AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY: POLISH AND UKRAINIAN SOVIET CONTEXTS (TO THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF THE SERIES OF ARTICLES BY V. YURYNETS “EDMUND HUSSERL” (1922-1923)

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https://doi.org/10.15407/fd2023.03.130

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phenomenology, history of Ukrainian philosophy, Lviv University, phenomenology in Poland, critique of bourgeois philosophy, Volodymyr Yurynets

Abstract

The article presents a comparison of the interpretations of Edmund Husserl’s early philosophy, created in different local contexts: ones by Polish researchers (Kazimir Tvardovsky, Jan Luka sevich, Vladyslav Tatarkevych, Roman Ingarden, Aleksander Rozenblum-Augustowski) in the period 1895-1945, and Ukrainian philosopher Volodymyr Yurynets. This comparison takes place against the background of considering the differences in the conditions of the development of

philosophy in pre-war and interwar Poland and the USSR. The author demonstrates the similarity of the readings of Husserl’s phenomenology by Polish researchers and Yurynets and proves that the similarity between them is not only in the thematic focus of criticism of phenomenological philosophy, but also in its validity and level. In addition, the author offers an approach to the study of Yurynets’ figure and work, based on considering him primarily as a representative of Western intellectual culture. In particular, the possibility of considering Yurynets ‘ objections to Husserl’s project of phenomenological philosophy not as determined by ideological dictates, but as symptomatic of the European intellectual culture of the beginning of the 20th century is substantiated. Both Yurynets and the Polish phenomenological movement criticize phenomenology for its lack of coherence, and it is about both the internal coherence of phenomenological philosophy and its coherence with contemporary sciences. Particular attention is paid to the role of Yurynets in the history of Ukrainian studies of phenomenological philosophy in the context of the discussion about the origins of phenomenological studies in Ukraine.The author considers the investigations of the phenomenological movement in Poland to be fruitful for modern studies of phenomenological philosophy in Ukraine - a phenomenon that had a significant impact on the development of a wide range of humanitarian disciplines in Europe in the 20th-21st centuries and which has direct intersections and common personalities with Ukrainian philosophy. The same seems promising for other European local traditions.

Author Biography

Vlada DAVIDENKO

PhD student at the Department of Social Philosophy,H.S. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine4. Triokhsviatytelska St., Kyiv, 01001

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DAVIDENKO, V. (2023). PHENOMENOLOGY STUDIES AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY: POLISH AND UKRAINIAN SOVIET CONTEXTS (TO THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF THE SERIES OF ARTICLES BY V. YURYNETS “EDMUND HUSSERL” (1922-1923): Young Scientist’s Page. Filosofska Dumka, (3), 130–149. https://doi.org/10.15407/fd2023.03.130

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