Is phenomenology able to provide an account of consciousness that can adequately explain how objective knowledge is possible? Or is the analysis of language and meaning able to do this?

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Is phenomenology able to provide an account of consciousness that can adequately explain how objective knowledge is possible? Or is the analysis of language and meaning able to do this?
• How can we best explain the source of our ethical obligations to others? Is such an explanation possible?
• Is there such a thing as “first philosophy” – that is, the philosophical question or concern that must be addressed before all others can begin? If so, what is it?
• What position does the human subject occupy in the world? In what way(s) am I fundamentally related to other beings, and what conclusions about knowledge or behavior can be drawn from this (if any)?

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