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Logical Investigations by Edmund Husserl
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Commonly regarded as Husserl's greatest and most important work, "Logical Investigations" sketches the basic grammar of conscious experience in a manner never before or since surpassed. In this work Husserl defends the view of philosophy as an a priori discipline, in contrast to psychology. This English translation, first published in 1970 by J N Findlay, makes available to a wider audience a work that remains not only the necessary foundation of Husserl's copious writings, but offers illuminating insights to those who approach the problems of meaning and the nature of logic from the Anglo-American analytic and linguistic tradition.

Author Biography

Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), founder of the school of phenomenology, taught philosophy at Halle, Gttingen, and Freiburg, and had a great influence on subsequent philosophy in Germany and America.
Release date NZ
December 1st, 2000
Contributor
Introduction by Kah Kyung Cho
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Humanity Books
Pages
877
Dimensions
155x230x80
ISBN-13
9781573928663
Product ID
2967566

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