Commentary on Husserl's "Ideas I" by Andrea Staiti

By Andrea Staiti

Husserl's Ideas for a natural Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (1913) is among the key texts of 20th century philosophy. it's the first of Husserl's released works to offer his distinct model of transcendental philosophy and to place ahead the formidable declare that phenomenology is the basic technological know-how of philosophy. In Ideas, Husserl introduces for the 1st time the conceptual arsenal of his mature phenomenology: the main of all rules, the phenomenological epoché and aid, natural recognition, and the noema. these kind of tricky notions were influential and debatable in next philosophy, either analytic and Continental. during this observation, 13 best students of Husserlian phenomenology got down to make clear and safeguard Husserl's perspectives, connecting them to the substantial corpus of his released and unpublished writings, and discussing the most on hand interpretations within the present scholarship. the result's an in depth and entire account of the main unique kind of transcendental philosophy considering Kant's Critique of natural Reason.

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Commentary on Husserl's "Ideas I"

Husserl's rules for a natural Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (1913) is likely one of the key texts of 20th century philosophy. it's the first of Husserl's released works to offer his specific model of transcendental philosophy and to place ahead the formidable declare that phenomenology is the elemental technological know-how of philosophy.

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