Edmund Husserl: Founder of Phenomenology

Edmund Husserl Founder of Phenomenology Written by an authority on Husserl and phenomenology Dermot Moran s Introduction to Phenomenology published by Routledge has been incredibly successful This will be the most comprehensive high qualit

  • Title: Edmund Husserl: Founder of Phenomenology
  • Author: Dermot Moran
  • ISBN: 9780745621210
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Written by an authority on Husserl and phenomenology Dermot Moran s Introduction to Phenomenology published by Routledge has been incredibly successful This will be the most comprehensive, high quality volume on Husserl available.

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    1. did I think it would get easier? well, I hoped so, after reading about and by him, about phenomenology, about and by certain followers eg. Sartre, de Beauvoir, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty. read this several chapters some months past, got distracted, so read it again. interesting to read again, to follow his thoughts not in a narrative but contemplating manner. this is not where best to start, not best to read his thought, perhaps because to certify the author's interpretations of husserl he quotes [...]

    2. This is a lovely little book and a nice introduction to Husserl. I highly recommend reading a book like this before tackling Husserl. In fact, I don't really recommend tackling Husserl unless you're into masochism. Perhaps read this and read Ideen Vol 1 or Philosophical Investigations or, as I plan on doing, Crisis in the European Sciences. Husserl is pretty key to understanding a lot of 20th C. Continental Philosophy, so it's pretty crucial to get a good grip on his thought. After reading this, [...]

    3. this is mostly about his life, but there is one chapter with information about his life; if you are interested in consciousness, there is information in this book that you need to know

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