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  1. Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and to a Phenomenological Philosophy: Third Book: Phenomenology and the Foundation of the Sciences (Husserliana: Edmund HusserlCollected Works) (Volume 0) by Edmund Husserl, 2001-11-30
  2. Edmund Husserl and His Critics, an International Bibliography (1894-1979 : Preceded By a Bibliography of Husserl's Writings) by Francois Lapointe, 1980-10
  3. Routledge Philosophy GuideBook to Husserl and the Cartesian Meditations (Routledge Philosophy GuideBooks) by A.D. Smith, 2003-05-16
  4. Logical Investigations, Vol. 1 (International Library of Philosophy) by Edmund Husserl, 2001-08-24
  5. Introduction to the Logical Investigations: A Draft of a "Preface" to the "Logical Investigations" (1913) edited by E. Fink by Edmund Husserl, 1975-06-30
  6. Edmund Husserl's "Origin of Geometry": An Introduction by Jacques Derrida, 1989-05-01
  7. Ideas: General Introduction to Pure Phenomenology (Muirhead Library of Philosophy) by Edmund Husserl, 2004-08-17
  8. Analyses Concerning Passive and Active Synthesis: Lectures on Transcendental Logic (Husserliana: Edmund HusserlCollected Works) by Edmund Husserl, 2001-09-01
  9. Logische Untersuchungen: Erster Band: Prolegomena zur reinen Logik. Text der 1. und der 2. Auflage (Husserliana: Edmund HusserlGesammelte Werke) by Edmund Husserl, E. Holenstein, 1975-08-31
  10. On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time (1893-1917) (Husserliana: Edmund HusserlCollected Works) (Volume 0) by Edmund Husserl, 2008-05-14
  11. Cartesian Meditations: An Introduction to Phenomenology (Volume 0) by Edmund Husserl, 1977-07-31
  12. Edmund Husserl's Phenomenology (Purdue University Series in the History of Philosophy) by Joseph Kockelmans, 1994-08-01
  13. Logical Investigations, Vol. 2 (International Library of Philosophy) by Edmund Husserl, 2001-08-24
  14. Edmund Husserl: Founder of Phenomenology (Key Contemporary Thinkers) by Dermot Moran, 2007-11-26

1. Edmund Husserl - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Edmund Husserl Name Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl Birth April 8 Prostějov Moravia Death April 28 Freiburg Germany School/tradition Phenomenology Main interests Epistemology Mathematics Notable ideas Epoch© , Natural Standpoint, Noema Noesis Eidetic Reduction Influenced by Franz Brentano Carl Stumpf Ren© Descartes Gottlob Frege ... Kant Influenced Eugen Fink Kurt G¶del Martin Heidegger Jacques Derrida ... Jean-Luc Marion Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl April 8 April 26 ) was a philosopher , known as the father of phenomenology . His work was a break with the purely positivist orientation and understanding of the science and philosophy of his day, giving weight to subjective experience as the source of all of our knowledge of objective phenomena Husserl was a pupil of Franz Brentano and Carl Stumpf ; his philosophical work influenced, among others

2. Island Of Freedom - Edmund Husserl
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Edmund Husserl was a German philosopher and founder of phenomenology. Husserl was born in Prossnitz, Moravia (now in the Czech Republic), on April 8, 1859. He studied science, philosophy, and mathematics at the universities of Leipzig, Berlin, and Vienna and wrote his doctoral thesis on the calculus of variations. The main influence on Husserl's thought was the intentional psychology of Franz Brentano, under whom he studied in Vienna. He became interested in the psychological basis of mathematics and, shortly after becoming a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Halle, wrote his first book, Philosophie der Arithmetik (1891). At that time he maintained that the truths of mathematics have validity regardless of the way people come to discover and believe in them.
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3. Existential Primer: Edmund Husserl
Edmund Husserl was the leading thinker in the Phenomenological Movement, influencing most future existentialists either directly or indirectly.
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Occupation: Philosopher Nationality: Germany Executive summary: Phenomenological philosopher Perhaps no other 20th century philosopher has held such a wide-ranging influence over the whole of philosophical discourse than the German philosopher Edmund Husserl. Martin Heidegger Jean-Paul Sartre , and Jacques Derrida all owe Husserl a tremendous debt, and Husserl's thought has recently enjoyed a revitalization in both the philosophy of mathematics and the Anglo-American tradition of "analytic" philosophy. Husserl began his academic career studying mathematics at both Leipzig and Berlin under the tutelage of both Carl Weierstrass and Leopold Kronecker, and then moving on to complete his PhD thesis, "Contributions to the Theory of the Calculus of Variations," at Vienna. As influential as Husserl's thought has been, it is odd that he did not actually seriously begin his training in philosophy until after his PhD work, although in the past he had read David Hume with a great deal of enthusiasm and had attended Friedrich Paulsen's lectures on Kantian idealism. It wasn't until Husserl studied with the empirical psychologist and Aristotelean philosopher Franz Brentano that Husserl's mind truly began to veer towards philosophical questions (perhaps the most important question to Husserl was, "Is there a God?" although of Jewish descent, Husserl later characterized himself as a "free Christian," one not bound by the dogmatic ideology of organized religion).

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Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Edmund Husserl Edmund Husserl 8. April in ProŸnitz M¤hren 27. April in Freiburg im Breisgau ) war ein Philosoph und Mathematiker . Der Geburt nach –sterreicher, erwarb Husserl 1896 die preuŸische Staatsangeh¶rigkeit. Husserl gilt als Begr¼nder der Ph¤nomenologie , mit deren Hilfe er die Philosophie als strenge Wissenschaft (Titel einer programmatischen Schrift von 1910/11) zu begr¼nden suchte. Er ist einer der einflussreichsten Denker des 20. Jahrhunderts Husserl forderte von der Philosophie, sich vorschneller Weltdeutungen zu enthalten und sich bei der analytischen Betrachtung der Dinge an das zu halten, was dem Bewusstsein unmittelbar (ph¤nomenal) erscheint. Damit brach er mit dem um vorherrschenden Psychologismus , der die Gesetze der Logik als Ausdruck der psychischen Gegebenheiten sah, die Objektivit¤t prinzipiell unm¶glich machten. Husserl war ¤uŸerst produktiv. Etwa 40.000 Seiten sind mit seinen Analysen gef¼llt, die Texte werden seit 1950 nach und nach als Husserliana aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben. Den gr¶Ÿten Einfluss ¼bte er auf die

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Saltar a navegaci³n bºsqueda Edmund Husserl Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl 8 de abril de 26 de abril de fil³sofo alem¡n fundador del movimiento fenomenol³gico y disc­pulo de Franz Brentano y Carl Stumpf . Entre otros influenciar­a a Martin Heidegger Jean-Paul Sartre Maurice Merleau-Ponty Alexius Meinong ... Mill¡n-Puelles y, en gran medida, a Max Scheler , posteriormente, principalmente a trav©s de Merleau-Ponty el influjo husserliano llegar­a hasta Lacan . El inter©s de Hermann Weyl en la l³gica intuicionista y en la impredicatividad, por ejemplo parece provenir del contacto con Husserl.
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Naci³ en el seno de una familia jud­a en Prostějov (Prossnitz) en Moravia (actualmente Repºblica Checa Husserl estudi³ primeramente matem¡ticas principalmente en las universidades de Leipzig ) y Berl­n ) con los entonces famosos profesores Karl Weierstrass y Leopold Kronecker . En march³ a Viena para estudiar bajo la supervisi³n de Leo K¶nigsberger (un antiguo estudiante de Weierstrass) y obtuvo su doctorado en con la obra Beitr¤ge zur Variationsrechnung (Contribuciones al c¡lculo de variaciones).

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ARCHIVES Picture Archives Family Pictures News Archives Previous News Index CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DESCENDANTS Herbert Steinschneider Résistance RECOMMENDED READING Books E-mail Phil Steinschneider Edmund Husserl [Click here for a picture of the Husserl family] Edmund Husserl, a leader of the German phenomenological movement, taught at Göttingen from 1901 until 1916, and then at Freiburg im Breisgau from 1916 to 1928. This article presents (A) his biography; (B) various strategies for interpreting his phenomenology; and (c) a survey of his major works. BIOGRAPHY. Edmund Husserl was born April 8, 1859, into a Jewish family in the town of Prossnitz in Moravia, then a part of the Austrian Empire. Although there was a Jewish technical school in the town, Edmund's father, a clothing merchant, had the means and the inclination to send the boy away to Vienna at the age of 10 to begin his German classical education in the Realgymnasium of the capital. A year later, in 1870, Edmund transferred to the Staatsgymnasium in Olmütz, closer to home. He was remembered there as a mediocre student who nevertheless loved mathematics and science, "of blond and pale complexion, but of good appetite." He graduated in 1876 and went to Leipzig for university studies. At Leipzig Husserl studied mathematics, physics, and philosophy, and he was particularly intrigued with astronomy and optics. After two years he went to Berlin in 1878 for further studies in mathematics. He completed that work in Vienna, 1881-83, and received the doctorate with a dissertation on the theory of the calculus of variations. He was 24. Husserl briefly held an academic post in Berlin, then returned again to Vienna in 1884 and was able to attend Franz Brentano's lectures in philosophy.

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Edmund Husserl at The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Philosophy and the Crisis of European Man by Edmund Husserl
"In truth, of course, I am a transcendental ego, but I am not conscious of this; being in a particular attitude, the natural attitude, I am completely given over to the object poles, completely bound by interests and tasks which are exclusively directed towards them." Edmund Husserl, Cartesian Meditations ". . . the universal a priori of the objective-logical levelthat of the mathematical sciences and all others which are a priori in the usual senseis grounded in a universal a priori which is in itself prior, precisely that of the pure life-world." Edmund Husserl, The Crisis of European Sciences
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Edmund Husserl (ur. 8 kwietnia 1859, zm. 27 kwietnia 1938) – niemiecki matematyk i filozof, jeden z g ównych twórców fenomenologii.
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Skocz do: nawigacji szukaj Edmund Husserl Edmund Husserl (ur. 8 kwietnia , zm. 27 kwietnia niemiecki matematyk i filozof, jeden z gł³wnych tw³rc³w fenomenologii Studiował w Lipsku matematykę fizykę filozofię i astronomię . W roku kształcił się na Uniwersytecie Berlińskim, studiując filozofię i matematykę. W Wiedniu w roku uczęszczał na wykłady Franza Brentano , kt³re wywarły duży wpływ na jego p³Åºniejszą filozofię. W roku uzyskał doktorat za pracę o rachunku wariacyjnym. Następnie był asystentem Karla Weierstrassa w Berlinie. Po odbyciu służby wojskowej studiował u Brentana w Wiedniu, gdzie poznał Karla Stumpfa (r³wnież ucznia Brentano). Pod kierunkiem Stumpfa habilitował się. W roku otrzymał katedrę na Uniwersytecie w Halle . Po opublikowaniu Philosophie der Arithmetik wdał się w sp³r z Gottlobem Frege o istotę logiki. Stał się w tym czasie krytykiem prac Kazimierza Twardowskiego , kt³rego niedoskonałości pracy poprowadziły go do badań nad istotą przedstawienia i znaczenia; p³Åºniej przekonał się raczej o istnieniu fenomen³w. Po kilku latach rozpoczął pracę nad Badaniami logicznymi . W nich podjął pr³bę opisania swoich poszukiwań czystej logiki, teorii matematyki i teorii poznania, przez co odkrył w swoich badaniach naturę fenomen³w i ludzkiego poznania ich. Następnie pracował w

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German philosopher, founder of phenomenology He received a doctoral degree in mathematics at the University of Vienna in 1882. From 1883 to 1886 he studied with Franz Brentano , whose descriptive psychology prompted Husserl to reflect on the psychological sources of basic mathematical concepts. He lectured at the University of Halle from 1887 to 1901. His Logical Investigations Ideas Martin Heidegger was one of his students; when Husserl retired in 1928, Heidegger succeeded to his chair. After 1933, when the Nazis seized power in Germany, Husserl was excluded from the university because of his Jewishness. His work was enormously influential in the subsequent development of Continental philosophy and in other fields, including the social sciences and psychoanalytic theory. document.writeln(AAMB2);

12. The Mathematics Genealogy Project - Edmund Husserl
Edmund Husserl. MathSciNet. Ph.D. Universität Wien 1881 Austria. Dissertation Beiträge zur Theorie der Variationsrechnung (Calculus of Variations)

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Translate this page Edmund Husserl. Logik Vorlesung 1896. Husserliana Materialienbände I. Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001. Per una estesa recensione critica, vedi Robin D. Rollinger.
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Vai a: Navigazione cerca Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl Prostějov 8 aprile Friburgo in Brisgovia 26 aprile ) ¨ stato un filosofo e matematico austriaco naturalizzato tedesco , fondatore della fenomenologia e membro della Scuola di Brentano Ebbe una profonda influenza sull' esistenzialismo (i.a. su Martin Heidegger ), ma indirettamente anche sulle Scienze cognitive e la filosofia della mente odierne (Secondo Hubert Dreyfus Husserl ¨ da considerarsi il "padre delle ricerche contemporanee nella psicologia cognitiva e intelligenza artificiale".

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Husserl seems to think that the best way to go about it is to suspend interest in the positive sciences, much in the way that Descartes suspends belief in

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Ä°sim: Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl Doğum tarihi: 8 Nisan Moravya ‡ek Cumhuriyeti –l¼m tarihi: 27 Nisan Freiburg Almanya Okul/gelenek: Fenomenoloji Ä°lgilendikleri: Epistemoloji Matematik Etkilendikleri: Carl Stumpf Franz Branto Ren© Descartes Gottlob Frege Etkiledikleri: Kurt G¶del Eugen Fink Martin Heidegger Maurice Merleau-Ponty ... Alexandre Koyr© Katkıları: Fenomenolojik indirgeme Paranteze alma Y¶nelmişlik Edmund Husserl 8 Nisan 1859'da Moravya'da Possnitz'de doğdu 27 Nisan 1938'de Freiburg'da ¶ld¼. Berlin ve Viyana'da matematik fizik astronomi ... felsefe eğitimi aldı. 1883'ten itibaren matematiksel §¶z¼mlemeler i§eren §alışmalarıyla dikkat §ekti. 1901-1916 yıllarında G¶ttingen œniversitesinde matematik ve felsefe dersleri verdi. Bu arada, zamanının ¶nemli d¼ÅŸ¼n¼rleriyle, ¶rneğin W.Dilthey ve M.Schler gibi isimlerle etkileşim halinde oldu. Husserl'de her zaman felsefeye yeni bir y¶n §izme eğilimi olduğu belirtilebilir, §¼nk¼ onun d¼ÅŸ¼ncesine g¶re felsefe her t¼r bağıntıdan ayrı olarak kendini temellendirmelidir. Hegelcilik 'in etkisini yitirdiği ve Yeni-Kant§Ä±lık 'ın etkili olduğu d¶nemlerde felsefeye yeni bir y¶n verme §abasında oldu. Kendi felsefe sistemini geliştirmeye y¶neldi ve

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17. Logic And Formal Ontology In The Work Of Edmund Husserl
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INTRODUCTION "Husserl's work include lengthy treatment of universals, categories, meanings, numbers, manifolds, etc. from an ontological perspective. Here, however, we shall concentrate almost exclusively on the Logical Investigations, which contain in a clear form the ontological ideas which provided the terminological and theoretical basis both for much of the detailed phenomenological description and for many of the metaphysical theses presented in Husserl's later works. The ontology of the Logical Investigations is of interest first of all because of its clear conception of a formal discipline of ontology analogous to formal logic. (Here Husserl's thinking parallels Meinong's development of ontology as a general 'theory of objects.). Formal disciplines are set apart from 'regional' or 'material' disciplines in that they apply to all domains of objects whatsoever, so that they are independent of the peculiarities of any given field of knowledge. Logic, as Husserl sees it, is concerned in the first place with meanings (propositions, concepts) and with associated meaning-instantiating acts. Most importantly, it is concerned with that sort of deductively closed collection of meanings which constitutes a scientific theory. For Husserl, as for Bolzano, logic is a theory of science. Only where we have an appropriate unity and organization also on the side of the objects (states of affairs, properties) to which the relevant acts refer, however, will we have a scientific theory, so that the unity which is characteristic of the latter must involve both (1) an interconnection of truths (or of propositional meanings in general), and (2) an interconnection of the things to which these truths (and the associated cognitive acts) are directed.

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