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Proof of the Cartesian Inertia Theorem Through Husserl's Phenomenology

TAO Jianwen(School of Ideological and Political Science,South China University of Technology,Guangzhou 510640,China)  
Cartesian inertia theorem can be proved on the basis of his dichotomy of mind and matter,which is an direct deduction of the doctrine "I think,therefore I am".However,the prerequisite is to prove that the initiative "action" of the soul and the "move" of the moving objects are commensuration,as well as to remedy the offside of the Cartesian argument,both of them can be studied and clarified by Husserl's phenomenology.Husserl's phenomenological transformation of the Cartesian "I think" is to make the "I think" to "move" originally,which is embodied in Husserl's "inner time consciousness".And by the method of the phenomenological "Epoché",we can examine the "material" nature neutrally within the epistemological field,and revise the argument that Descartes laid the scientific position of the object philosophy when he laid the scientific position of the subject philosophy.
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