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현상학과 신비주의: 후설 현상학을 중심으로

Phenomenology and Mysticism: Based on Husserl’s Phenomenology

철학연구 no.103 , 2013년, pp.81 - 121  
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Mysticism is a philosophical or religious attitude in which theunity between man and the Absolute is contended and pursued. Actually, it has a long history and diverse forms and aspectsspreading over the whole main religions in this world. However,the crucial point of mysticism-so I maintain-might be in theeagerness of the finite man for the Infinite, namely the Absolutepresupposing the oneness between them. Which meaning has thenthis mysticism in the contemporary philosophy? Mysticismseemingly appears to lose its meaning and philosophical pertinenceat least in the current western philosophical context. Contrary tothis view, this paper tries to show that this view is biased andungrounded and that mysticism is still actual today in our life andphilosophy. So the aim of this paper is to elucidate the innerrelation and similarity between mysticism and phenomenology thatis considered as a main stream of the contemporary westernphilosophy. In this context, the particular point is directed to themystical tendencies of Husserl’s phenomenology. Husserl’sphenomenology has commonality with mysticism, in that it is basedon the absoluteness of pure consciousness which Husserl calls atranscendental subject. According to him, the absoluteness of thetranscendental consciousness would be attributed to the God asanother absolute one. So the absolute consciousness is supportedand guaranteed by the God. It means that man and the Absolute are unified as one in man’s consciousness, which is typical ofmysticism. Additionally, Husserl’s phenomenological concepts of an‘intersubjective rational world’ and ‘unbiased ethical love to all’give a clue to solve difficulties which have been arisen due to thecloseness and excessive irrationality of traditional mystical theories. In this sense, we could say that Husserl’s phenomenology would bea development and enlargement of mysticism.

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