The Cambridge Companion to Husserl

The Cambridge Companion to Husserl
Cambridge University Press | 1995-05-26 | 528 pages | ISBN:0521436168 | File type: PDF | 27,1 mb

Using this book as a guide to Husserl would leave you wondering "well so what did this guy do all in all." Husserl as presented here is a philosophical logician of Russell variety, but seriously perplexed in his engagement with the problems, but with occassional insights in this or that subject. Well if this is what we should understand from Husserl, then he doesn't deserve a place in no companion to landmark philosophers. If he does he should be taken from the point of view of the tradition in which he has achieved his historical stature as the founder of the phenomenological school (which doesnt mean we should be uncritical and dogmatic). Cambridge Companion to Husserl.pdf

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