Dr. Tina Röck
University of Dundee
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  Can Phenomenology Provide Us with a Way into Speculative Realism?

In the first part of this talk, I will quickly point out that Husserl always considered phenomenology to be an approach that is realistic in outlook. I will then take this line of argument further and claim that phenomenology can also provide an adequate point of departure for speculations about the nature of reality based on the correlational a-priori especially as it informs the 1907Ding und Raumlectures. However, while phenomenology is a powerful descriptive method, it is also quite limited in regard to its ability to grasp reality. Phenomenology alone (i.e. without the aid of speculation) can provide some insight as to how reality exists – in a concrete and temporal manner - but nothing more.