Nitsche, M. Methodological precedence of intertwining: Transitive-topological model of phenomenology. Prague: Togga. 2016.
The main aim of this book is to propose a transitive-topological model of phenomenology suitable for describing complex phenomena and to explain the relationship of man to their complexity. The intertwined phenomena "appear" in such a manner that they also include who they "appear to". Thus, they create a complicated relational structure, which characterizes most of the human experience at the beginning of the 21st century. The basis of the proposed model is the interpretation of intertwined phenomenality as a specific area and the recognition of the methodical priority of intertwining. The orientation of a person in a complicated era and the finding of a place in it must imply accepting the complexity as the starting point of thinking. The accompanying aim is to present phenomenology as a philosophical discipline, which thinks scopically with an emphasis on transitivity and localization. In this context, this book is also a methodological self-reflection of phenomenology at a time of debate about its naturalization or attempted banalization by the newly awakened speculative realism.