Sulla fenomenologia in Italia nell’ultimo trentennio del Novecento


In these pages, which originate from a Seminar held at the Galilean School of Padua May 17th 2013, we analyze some lines of development of the Italian studies on the phenomenology of Husserl in the last three decades of the last Century. In particular: we focus on the possible factors which have led to depletion of the phenomenological momentum about the school of Enzo Paci in the Seventies; we focus on the particular view that researches take in the Eighties; we emphasize the rise, in the Nineties, of a phenomenological model as ‘analysis of the experience’, as an alternative to the model of phenomenology as a ‘transcendental philosophy’.