Philosophy, psychology, phenomenology
The chapter investigates the relation between philosophy, psychology, and phenomenology. First, it gives a brief account of Husserl’s criticism of psychologism in his Logical Investigations (Logische Untersuchungen). Then it looks at Husserl’s later distinction between a phenomenological psychology and a transcendental phenomenology. And finally, the chapter discusses the difference between a (neo-)Kantian and a phenomenological concept of transcendental philosophy.
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Zahavi, D. (2009)., Philosophy, psychology, phenomenology, in S. Heinämaa & M. Reuter (eds.), Psychology and philosophy, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 247-262.
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