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Phenomenology and the Crisis of Philosophy

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Some marking and creasing to cover. 1963 "Harper Torchbooks" collection of two of Husserl's most important and ever-more pertinent essays,

" Philosophy as a Rigorous Science."
&
"Philosophy and Crisis of European Man."

As Quentin Lauer says in his revealing introduction: "...The first essay can be said to represent Husserl early in his career, when he was seeking to gain a hearing for his 'radically new' scientific manner of philosophizing. The second dates from the years immediately preceding the cessation of Husserl's philosophical activity. Together they constitute a striking testimony to the continuity of Husserl's 'scientific' ideal in philosophy. ... we have in these two essays on only an early in a late stage in the genetic growth of Husserl's thought but also an introduction to what can be called his definitive attitude toward the very nature of philosophical thinking."

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Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1963
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0061311707
ISBN-13:
9780061311703
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
HarperPerennial

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Some marking and creasing to cover. 1963 "Harper Torchbooks" collection of two of Husserl's most important and ever-more pertinent essays,

" Philosophy as a Rigorous Science."
&
"Philosophy and Crisis of European Man."

As Quentin Lauer says in his revealing introduction: "...The first essay can be said to represent Husserl early in his career, when he was seeking to gain a hearing for his 'radically new' scientific manner of philosophizing. The second dates from the years immediately preceding the cessation of Husserl's philosophical activity. Together they constitute a striking testimony to the continuity of Husserl's 'scientific' ideal in philosophy. ... we have in these two essays on only an early in a late stage in the genetic growth of Husserl's thought but also an introduction to what can be called his definitive attitude toward the very nature of philosophical thinking."

Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1963
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0061311707
ISBN-13:
9780061311703
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
HarperPerennial

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