Intentionality of moods and horizon consciousness in Husserl's phenomenology
The aim of this chapter is to explain the intentionality of moods through the idea of horizon-consciousness, as according to Husserl's phenomenology. In order to do this, I point to some aspects of Husserl's phenomenological description of moods in different moments of his work: namely, from the texts written before the Logische Untersuchungen, to the unpublished manuscripts of Studien zur Struktur des Bewusstseins, as well as other texts from the Nachlass. Following this, I argue for a description of moods as emotional meaning references according to the model of phenomenological analysis of intentional horizons and its connections according to Husserl's Philosophy.
Quepons, I. (2015)., Intentionality of moods and horizon consciousness in Husserl's phenomenology, in M. Ubiali & M. Wehrle (eds.), Feeling and value, willing and action, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 93-103.
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