Edmund Husserl


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Noun1.Edmund Husserl - German philosopher who developed phenomenology (1859-1938)
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1) Esta apreciacion se origina sobre todo en la recepcion de la obra de Edmund Husserl, a quien atribuye la paternidad de la "escuela" (pp.
Es merito de los autores ofrecer una suerte de catalogo de temas que cabe encontrar entre las propuestas eticas de fenomenologos como Edmund Husserl, Max Scheler, Adolf Reinach, Moritz Geiger y Maxilimian Beck.
Discipulo de Edmund Husserl y amigo personal de Max Scheler (gracias a quien conocio la Iglesia catolica, de la cual entraria a formar parte en 1914), estas paginas contienen unos hechos centrales de su itinerario personal y filosofico: su denodada lucha contra el nacionalsocialismo, que le obligo primero a abandonar Alemania en 1923 y 1933 respectivamente, y despues Austria en 1937, hasta asentarse en Nueva York en 1940.
Bakewell explores existentialist ideas, as well as those of Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger and Karl Jaspers (major 20th-century philosophers whose works were integral to existentialist thinking), and places the rise of this intellectual movement in the brutal context of Europe in the 1930s and '40s.
As such, Wahrnehmungsvergessenheit would foreground the degree to which Heidegger distanced his thinking from that of his teacher Edmund Husserl.
Rare among commentators she traces the existentialist moment to the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl, and does her best to give an account of the crucial concept that he took from his teacher Franz Brentano and brought into the center of modern philosophy: the concept of intentionality.
The bulk of the book is a detailed and illuminating history of most of the major figures of 20th century philosophy and culture, including Edmund Husserl (father of phenomenology) and Martin Heidegger, proteges like Jean Genet, and the central figures of Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and Albert Camus.
Gelehrtenrepublik--Lebenswelt: Edmund Husserl und Alfred Schutz in der Krisis der phanomenologischen Bewegung.
Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) is known as a logical, mathematical, and philosophical thinker, says Ferrarello, and though he wrote and lectured extensively about ethics, his ethical work remained unpublished when he died and is little known.
Ademas de sus propias contribuciones a la filosofia, en textos como Confesiones profesionales (1938), De la filosofia (1962) o Del hombre (1970), tradujo para el Fondo de Cultura Economica De Leibniz a Goethe (1945) de Wilhelm Dilthey, La experiencia y la naturaleza (1948) de John Dewey, La filosofia desde el punto de vista de la existencia (1953) de Karl Jaspers, Ideas relativas a una fenomenologia pura y una filosofia fenomenologica (1949) y Meditaciones cartesianas (1985) de Edmund Husserl y, desde luego, El ser y el tiempo (1951) de Martin Heidegger.
Moreover, in order to verify the coherence and pertinence of the proposed diagnosis on nihilism, the new insight is put to the test through an extended critical dialogue with several expressions of the nineteenth- and twentieth-century philosophers, including Nietzsche and Heidegger, Edmund Husserl, Giovanni Gentile, Jacques Maritain, Paul Ricoeur, Jurgen Habermas, Gianni Vattimo, and some analytical philosophers.
The list includes Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, Hannah Arendt, Hans-Geog Gadamer, Albert Camus, Paul Ricoeur, Jacquest Ellul, and Jean Francois Lyotard.