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Phänomenologie und Religionsphänomenologie vor dem Hintergrund einer erweiterten Epistemologie?

Jahrbuch fur Religionsphilosophie. 2014. Vol. 13. P. 179-194.
On the basis of qualitative distinction between cognitive and none-cognitive structures of consciousness the article criticizes an idea of uncertain broadened epistemology, using examples from phenomenology and phenomenology of religion. The given attitude would allow strict research, deviating or reducing normative-valuable, none-cognitive activity in these disciplines. Accordingly religion is sketched as nonecognitive feeling (faith) that could inform nothing about God, image of God or World and religious peculiarities (presence of God etc.) are appeared then to be effects of this feeling and consciousness. This feeling is specified in emotional sphere through its intentional peculiarities (participation, worldness, regularity), not through any objects (God).