Husserl


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 (ho͝os′ərl, -ĕrl), Edmund 1859-1938.
Austrian-born German philosopher and mathematician. A leader in the development of phenomenology, he had a major influence on the existentialists.

Husserl

(German ˈhʊsərl)
n
(Biography) Edmund (ˈɛtmʊnt). 1859–1938, German philosopher; founder of phenomenology

Hus•serl

(ˈhʊs ərl)

n.
Edmund (Gustav Albrecht), 1859–1938, German philosopher, born in Austria.
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Then he relates Ingarden's theses to those of Husserl, especially where they can be seen as the direct application of Husserl's theories to the field of aesthetics.
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.
Inscribiendose en la tradicion kantiana y, en especial, bajo la influencia de Franz Brentano, Husserl reconoce la formulacion del imperativo categorico como "el problema central de la etica" (1).
Mi camino hacia la filosofia de Husserl fue--como el mismo senalo una vez--extremadamente inusual.
Derrida claimed that Husserl made a clear advance over Kant in dealing with this problem.
Phenomenology and Embodiment: Husserl and the Constitution of Subjectivity.
He had met up with his friend Raymond Aron who had just returned from studying in Berlin with Husserl.
Husserl on the Phenomenological Nature of the Problem of History
Husserl emphasizes that in the concrete life of the ego in the life-world, cognition is intermingled with practical and emotional experiences.
O proposito especifico do presente artigo e o de mostrar que se compreende mal a teoria da significacao de Husserl quando nao se reconhece que seu trabalho analitico evoluiu para uma posicao em que ele se tornou apto a reconhecer a especificidade--e a importancia filosofica--do problema dos erros categoriais.
But this is not a book devoted to Husserl exegesis (there is some in Chapter 7) or to fretting over Husserl's legacy within the history of philosophy.