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The Sources of Normativity. Crowell claims that the normative in perception is grounded in our abilities to skillfully navigate the world as [End Page ] embodied, factual subjects. Section 3 turns to consider Martin Heidegger. For Crowell, Heidegger is far from shedding the first-person perspective and the centrality of reason, grounding both in breakdown experiences such as death and the call of conscience, in which our fitting-in the anonymous order established by the one-self das Man collapses.
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Section 4 is devoted to practical philosophy. By comparison, his reading of Husserl and his overall characterizations of phenomenology raise some questions. Crowell grounds normativity in an embodied personal subject.
akicrunlesup.gq Since Husserl appeals to an absolute consciousness that constitutes the body without being constituted by it, his phenomenology is unfit to capture the existential phenomenon of trying to be something. This argument, however, is problematic. It is not the case that, for Husserl, something is either constituted or constituting.
Most things Husserl describes are both constituted and constituting, including the body.