Single Idea 22202

[catalogued under 7. Existence / D. Theories of Reality / 3. Reality]

Full Idea

The World is the totality of objects that can be known through experience.

Gist of Idea

The World is all experiencable objects


Edmund Husserl (Ideas: intro to pure phenomenology [1913], I.1.001)

Book Reference

Husserl,Edmund: 'Ideas: general introduction to pure phenomenology', ed/tr. Boyce Gibson,W [Routledge 2012], p.10

A Reaction

I think this is the 'Nature' which has to be 'bracketed', when pursuing Phenomenology. It sounds like anti-realist empiricism, which has no place for unobservables.