第11页 Enlightenment, Wissenschaft
- 章节名：Enlightenment, Wissenschaft
- 页码：第11页 2019-07-29 22:50:48
That is to say, to Husserl’s defi nition of the Enlightenment belongs the steadfast belief that everything can in principle be understood, and that means nothing other than the enactment of the fundamental belief of the Enlightenment, namely, that the world stands under laws. And it is the task of science to discover, discern, and understand these laws. Science, then, is more than just natural science with a simple or singular model of reasoning (laws following strict causality, say); it is what is called Wissenschaft in Kant’s philosophy: a rational scrutiny in the manner just indicated with respect to the laws and their peculiar character in each possible region of experience. This is a meaning that “science” retains from the German idealists and up to Husserl’s notion of philosophy as rigorous science. To achieve this rational understanding by way of a making- understandable as a communal affair is the ideal task of the Enlightenment.
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