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This book provides a short introduction to Husserlian Phenomenology by Husserl himself. Husserl highly regarded his work "The Basic Problems of Phenomenology" as basic for his theory of the phenomenological reduction. He considered this work as equally fundamental for the theory of empathy and intersubjectivity and for his theory of the life-world. Further, with the append ...more
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Published September 8th 2006 by Springer (first published January 1st 2006)
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This book is a series of lectures (as the subtitle indicates) of Husserl's introductory lectures to some beginning and novice philosophy students. It is much easier to understand that his other writings. The translator's preface unpacks a lot of Husserl's language that the lay-person interested in investigating his though would need to know. I which some of the Latin terms in the text were parenthetically translated into English to help the newcomer follow along easier. Nonetheless, many of Huss ...more
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Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl was a philosopher who is deemed the founder of phenomenology. He broke with the positivist orientation of the science and philosophy of his day, believing that experience is the source of all knowledge, while at the same time he elaborated critiques of psychologism and historicism.

Born into a Moravian Jewish family, he was baptized as a Lutheran in 1887. Husserl stud
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