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The Husserl Dictionary

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The Husserl Dictionary is a comprehensive and accessible guide to the world of Edmund Husserl, the founder of phenomenology. Meticulously researched and extensively cross-referenced, this unique book covers all his major works, ideas and influences and provides a firm grounding in the central themes of Husserl's thought. Students will discover a wealth of useful informatio ...more
Hardcover, 384 pages
Published March 22nd 2012 by Bloomsbury Academic (first published January 19th 2012)
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“In his mature works from Ideas I, notably the Cartesian Meditations (1931), Husserl presented his approach as a radicalization of Descartes’ project that sought to return knowledge to a foundation in the certainty of subjective experience (cogito ergo sum).” 0 likes
“transcendental phenomenology as a science of pure essential possibilities of knowing” 0 likes
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