Introduction to Husserl's Phenomenology

Introduction to Husserl's Phenomenology

by Jan Patocka
     
 

Patocka's celebrated Introduction, here made available in English for the first time, is not an introduction in the ordinary sense of the term. Patocka ranges over the whole of Husserl's output, from The Philosophy of Arithmetic to The Crisis of the European Sciences, and traces the evolution of all the central issues of Husserlian phenomenology - intentionality,

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Patocka's celebrated Introduction, here made available in English for the first time, is not an introduction in the ordinary sense of the term. Patocka ranges over the whole of Husserl's output, from The Philosophy of Arithmetic to The Crisis of the European Sciences, and traces the evolution of all the central issues of Husserlian phenomenology - intentionality, categorial intuition, temporality, the subject-body; the concrete a priori, and transcendental subjectivity. But rather than attempting to give a tour of Husserl's workshop, Patocka is himself hard at work on Husserl's problems.

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A student of Husserl as well as of Heidegger Czech philosopher Patocka (1907-77) traces the evolution of all the central issues of Husserl's phenomenology: intentionality, categorical intuition, temporality, the subject-body, the concrete a priori, and transcendental subjectivity. The first English translation from the Czech "<'U>vod do Husserloby fenomenologie" first published as a series of journal articles by the Czechoslovak Academy of Science between 1965 and 1966, and in book form in Vienna in 1969. No subject index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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ISBN-13:
9780812693386
Publisher:
Open Court Publishing Company
Publication date:
02/28/1999
Pages:
212
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.99(d)

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