A PARTIRE DAL CORPO
ALTERITÀ E INTERSOGGETTIVITÀ IN HUSSERL E SCHÜTZ
Antonio Di Chiro
In this paper we will try to reconstruct the husserlian analysis of corporeality, showing how it plays a fundamental role in the recognition of otherness and intersubjectivity. Then, we will analyze Alfred Schütz’s comparison with husserlian positions, and show how the latter recognizes the failure of Husserl’s attempt to decline the constitution of transcendental intersubjectivity only as a function of the consciousness of the transcendental ego. Schütz’s proposal is based on the fact that intersubjectivity is not a problem of constitution that can be addressed within the transcendental sphere, rather it the fundamental ontological category of human existence in the world.