127670

Kluwer, Dordrecht

1991

547, xxxix pages

ISBN 9789401055338

Analecta Husserliana
vol. 34

The turning points of the new phenomenological era

Husserl research — drawing upon the full extent of his development

Edited by

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-94-011-3464-4

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Tymieniecka, A.-T. (ed) (1991). The turning points of the new phenomenological era: Husserl research — drawing upon the full extent of his development, Kluwer, Dordrecht.

The construction of subjectivity

Montero Moliner Fernando

17-33

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Nature and the "primal horizon"

Walton Roberto

97-112

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Variation

Gosvig Olesen Søren

129-138

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Some puzzles on essence

García-Baró Miguel

233-253

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Method and ontology

Rossi Osvaldo

255-261

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Foundedness and motivation

Chan Wing-Cheuk

269-278

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Philosophy as a sign-producing activity

Gandelmann Claude

287-297

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Husserl vs. Dilthey

Walczewska Slawomira

369-375

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Husserl's critique of reason

Haney Kathleen

377-397

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Is there a dichotomy in Husserl's thought?

Di Stefano Anna Escher

399-407

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Phenomenology and teleology

Theresa Pentzopoulou-Valalas

409-426

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Die Selbstintentionalität der Welt

Pavić Željko

455-464

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Notes on Husserl and Kant

Romani Romano

475-482

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On contradiction

Corte-Real Maria

493-500

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The meaning of "radical foundation" in Husserl

Cantista Maria José

501-515

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What is a phenomenon?

Kienzler Wolfgang

517-528

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Index of names

549-553

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