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Husserl

Edmund . 1859--1938, German philosopher; founder of phenomenology
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The thesis is that perception justifies knowledge insofar as it provides fulfillment, an idea Husserl articulated in the Logical Investigations (1900-1901).
Higgins's sustained interest in phenomenology, of which Husserl was the founder, is made clear by the fact that Otto Beck in Higgins's first novel, Langrishe, Go Down (1966), was a student of both Husserl and Martin Heidegger at Freiburg University.
La generation de Husserl a accuse avec insistance une << crise de l'humanite europeenne >>.
For this reason, Husserl in his Investigations was heading for the formulation of an objectivist program of logic (Spiegelberg 1994: 70).
Henry's critique of Husserl continues in the book's second essay, "The Phenomenological Method.
Those appearing in the against camp include Carl Stumpf, Edmund Husserl, Vladimir Lenin, Max Planck, Albert Einstein (who changed his mind on Mach's thoughts on methodology), Karl Popper, Michael Polanyi, and Mario Bunge.
And for Husserl, "above all, the now-moment is characterized as the new.
According to Husserl and Stein, empathy, properly speaking, is a
A I remember discussing Husserl's intentionality the night we saw thousands of Hasid boys dance on choir rafters in Williamsburg, and being disappointed by what Husserl meant though um, I don't remember what it was.
Written by David Woodruff Smith (Professor of Philosophy, University of California Irvine), Husserl is an in-depth examination of the life, and more intently, the philosophic concepts created and refined by Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), the founder of phenomenology movement, whose ideas were a key influence upon Heidegger.
Interpretive Origins of Classical Sociology: Weber, Husserl, Schutz, Durkheim, Simmel.
This article will not solve the debated issue of whether the Husserl who came up with the idea of the "lifeworld" is consistent with the Husserl who wrote Ideas I, or whether it is a vain attempt to measure up to his disciple Heidegger.