A fenomenologia científica de Bachelard

  • Joaquim Carlos Araújo


The scientific phenomenology of Bachelard is constituted as an original reflection about the production of the scientific work, in their subjective (the scientist's Psychology/Psychoanalysis) and objective (the phenomenon while measure) slopes. Inspired for a softer or a soft-headed phenomenology, the French author wanted to reformulate some concepts and manners of seeing of the German classic phenornenology. Critical of the husserlian phenornenology of the concept of Meinung, Bachelard enrolled his epistemological labor inside of the history of the applied phenomenology to the sciences. In spite of, he defends the lost "husserlian purity", independently of the denial of the idealism of the absolute conscience. The main theory is the one of the "Applied Rationalisrn" to the science and the consequent passing of the psychologism but, and at the same tirne, of the mathesis universalis. The "discursive idealism" of Bachelard didn't ignore the specific disparity of the several scientific practices, on the contrary, he examined them the light of what called "phenomenon-technique".

How to Cite
ARAÚJO, Joaquim Carlos. A fenomenologia científica de Bachelard. Phainomenon, [S.l.], n. 4, p. 51-90, oct. 2002. ISSN 2183-0142. Available at: <http://phainomenon-journal.pt/index.php/phainomenon/article/view/251>. Date accessed: 20 may 2024.