Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences
Essays in commemoration of Edmund Husserl
This volume brings together essays by leading phenomenologists and Husserl scholars in which they engage with the legacy of Edmund Husserl’s philosophy. It is a broad anthology addressing many major topics in phenomenology and philosophy in general, including articles on phenomenological method; investigations in anthropology, ethics, and theology; highly specialized research into typically Husserlian topics such as perception, image consciousness, reality, and ideality; as well as investigations into the complex relation between pure phenomenology, phenomenological psychology, and cognitive science.
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Ierna, C. , Jacobs, H. , Mattens, F. (eds) (2010). Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences: Essays in commemoration of Edmund Husserl, Springer, Dordrecht.
de Warren Nicolas
Sepp Hans Rainer
Orth Ernst Wolfgang
Serrano De Haro Agustin
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