The sciences of man and the theory of Husserl's two attitudes
The relationship between Husserl and Dilthey underwent a serious change during the later period of Husserl’s life. Whereas he opposed Dilthey’s historicism at first in his Logos article in a trenchant requisitory, he later fully ackowledged the significance of historicity in culture and human existence. But he also recognised the significance of Dilthey’s theory of the humanities, albeit with certain restrictions and criticisms on the lack of precise formulations and methodically certain solutions.
Kuypers, K. (1972)., The sciences of man and the theory of Husserl's two attitudes, in A. Tymieniecka (ed.), The later Husserl and the idea of phenomenology, Dordrecht, Reidel, pp. 186-195.
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