Introduction to Husserlian Phenomenology / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Northwestern University Press
This volume provides a valuable discussion of Husserl's lifelong project of the critique of science which makes no attempt to conflate the pre-World War I period of his thought with the later era.
|Publisher:||Northwestern University Press|
|Series:||Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Rudolf Bernet is professor of philosophy at the University of Louvain and a member of the board of directors of the Husserl Archives.
Iso Kern is senior reader at the University of Bern and editor of Husserliana XIII-XV.
Eduard Marbach is senior reader in philosophy at the University of Bern and editor of Husserliana XXIII.
Table of Contents
ForewordIntroduction1. Mathematics, Logic, and Phenomenology2. The Methodological Founding of Phenomenology as the Science of Pure, Transcendental Consciousness3. The Universal Structures of Consciousness in the Phenomenological Sense4. Perception, Thing, and Space5. The Phenomenology of Institutional Presentation6. Judgment and Truth7. Static and Genetic Constitution8. The "I" and the Person9. The Lifeworld, Both as a Problem Concerning the Foundation of the Objective Sciences and as a Problem Concerning Universal Being and Truth10. First and Second Philosophy or Trasncendental Phenomenology and MetaphysicsAppendixChronology of Husserl's Life, Work, and TeachingNote on Husserl's NachlassNotesBibliography