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MEIS, Anneliese. The experience of the human being in the world and its relevance to scientific work, according to Psychic Causality of Edith Stein. Veritas [online]. 2018, n.40, pp.161-190. ISSN 0718-9273.

The present study investigates the importance of the Husserlian “originary experience” for the understanding of the conflict of the exacts sciences with the problem of God, which Edith Stein describes as “unconscious anguish of being” with Him. Through her controversy with of the 19th century Psychology, the disciple of Husserl shows in her work Psychic Causality that it is necessary to have an adequate knowledge of the nature of science to trace with methodical rigor the originarity of the human experience and the God present in there. This will conduct science to a discovery of its own proper identity by the overcoming of the unconscious or conscious blocking before the revelation of God in the human soul Hence, the present study offers a relevant contribution to the philosophical elucidation of a burning theological question today -a contribution achieved through an arduous interdisciplinary effort.

Palabras clave : Original experience; anguish; God; science; Edith Stein.

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