By Friederike Kuster (auth.)
This paintings employs Husserl's notion of accountability as a guiding clue for the rationalization of the self-understanding of phenomenology as a `rigorous science'. initially an allure for radical responsibility and supreme origin within the box of philosophical conception, Husserl's inspiration of accountability culminated eventually in a philosophy of human self-renewal. This philosophical telos of final self-responsibility, which used to be additionally fuelled via a striving in the direction of cultural reform, was once realised for Husserl in a transcendental box of obvious self-evidence, linguistic univocity and transhistorical ideality.
near to J. Derrida's examining of Husserl, the writer indicates, that the weather singled out as these for which phenomenology can't suppose accountability - exteriority, passivity and contingency - will not be simply brought over to the interminable strategy of being labored upon, yet stay really constitutive for the endeavour of phenomenologising itself. This turns into appear within the inevitable linguisticality of phenomenology, its `secondary enworlding', because it is conceived in E. Fink's venture of the VIth Cartesian Meditation. within the context of this linguisticality it's the explosive energy of the metaphor, which vouches for the openness, that fulfils the venture of phenomenology to hold in its innermost nature accountability for an area of transgression.