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Edmund Husserl - Wikipedia
Edmund Husserl died at Freiburg on 27 April 1938, having just turned 79. His wife Malvine survived him. Eugen Fink, his research assistant, delivered his eulogy. Gerhard Ritter was the only Freiburg faculty member to attend the funeral, as an anti-Nazi protest.
Edmund Husserl (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Edmund Husserl was the principal founder of phenomenology—and thus one of the most influential philosophers of the 20 th century. He has made important contributions to almost all areas of philosophy and anticipated central ideas of its neighbouring disciplines such as linguistics, sociology and cognitive psychology.
Husserl, Edmund | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Edmund Husserl (1859—1938) Although not the first to coin the term, it is uncontroversial to suggest that the German philosopher, Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), is the "father" of the philosophical movement known as phenomenology.
Browse over four thousand texts concerning Husserl, including all Husserliana volumes, other editions of Husserl's works, books about Husserl and Husserlian phenomenology, and scholarly essays. Study and discuss key concepts from Husserlian phenomenology--zeit, raum, noema, reduktion, etc. ...
The aim of The Husserl Page, which in reality consists of many distinct pages, is twofold.First, this site provides a series of originally created bibliographic and informational pages relevant for research into Husserl's philosophy and its development.
Edmund Husserl | German philosopher | Britannica
Edmund Husserl, German philosopher, the founder of Phenomenology, a method for the description and analysis of consciousness through which philosophy attempts to gain the character of a strict science. The method reflects an effort to resolve the opposition between Empiricism, which stresses
Edmund Husserl > By Individual Philosopher > Philosophy
Husserl was born on 8 April 1859 in Prossnitz, Moravia (present-day Prostejov in the Czech Republic, but then part of the Austrian Empire). His father was a Jewish clothing merchant, and the language of the Husserl home was probably Yiddish although it was not an orthodox household. His father had ...
Husserl, Edmund: Phenomenology of Embodiment | Internet ...
Edmund Husserl (1859–1938), the founder of phenomenology, addressed the body throughout his philosophical life, with much of the relevant material to be found in lecture courses, research manuscripts, and book-length texts not published during his lifetime.
HUSSERL’S THEORY OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL REDUCTION ...
HUSSERL’S THEORY OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL REDUCTION: BETWEEN LIFE-WORLD AND CARTESIANISM by SEBASTIAN LUFT Marquette University A BSTRACT This essay attempts a renewed, critical exposition of Husserl’s theory of the phenom-
Phenomenology - Edmund Husserl - Consciousness, Philosophy ...
Husserl's contemporary Wilhelm Dilthey defended a milder but similar thesis, and the "sociology of knowledge" was just beginning its ascension. Against any such relativism, Husserl insisted on philosophy as a singular, rigorous science, and his phenomenology was to provide the key.