Undoubtedly, such phenomenology of the world has important ethical and cultural implications. Is there something like an ethos of phenomenology, or even a phenomenological culture? Husserl’s ethical and cultural considerations seem to sum up in an alternative: “Either a collapse into spiritual hatred and barbarism or a spiritual rebirth arising out of the heroism of reason that will ultimately overcome naturalism.”

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