Анализ пространства в феноменологии Эдмунда Гуссерля и Мориса Мерло-Понти
There are two phenomenological paradigms in space analysis: body-oriented paradigm (Edmund Husserl and Maurice Merleau-Ponty) and world-oriented one (Martin Heidegger). In this article we will consider key features of the body-oriented paradigm, shortly examining its relationships with the world-oriented one. Husserl and Merleau-Ponty refuse to understand space metaphysically, i.e. as an abstract object uprooted from the life world and acting subject. Their post-metaphysical understanding of space begins with the analysis of constitutive role of human body as a "zero point" setting system of coordinates for human orientation in the world. This creative aspect of human body (incarnated consciousness) reveals within the analysis of spatial thing perception (E.Husserl) and intersubjective dimension of body experience (M. Merleau-Ponty).