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Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology

10 December 2014 @ 10:00 - 12:00

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The next session of our “history of phenomenology” reading group will take place on 10 December, 10.00-12.00 and will also be the last one of 2014. Next year we will proceed with Husserl’s Ideas I (more details to follow). Since we managed to finish Husserl’s discussion and critique of historicism and “world-view philosophy” and hence the article as a whole, I propose we read a handful of pages (barely 6 in english) from his 1900 Prolegomena to compare and contrast.…
The next session of our “history of phenomenology” reading group will take place on 10 December, 10.00-12.00 and will also be the last one of 2014. Next year we will proceed with Husserl’s Ideas I (more details to follow). Since we managed to finish Husserl’s discussion and critique of historicism and “world-view philosophy” and hence the article as a whole, I propose we read a handful of pages (barely 6 in english) from his 1900 Prolegomena to compare and contrast. In § 67-70 he lays out the “Tasks for Pure Logic” which should clarify his own approach and why he thinks that no naturalistic or historicist account could ever play a foundational role for “philosophy as rigorous science”. English: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15428826/Husserl%20-%20Prolegomena%20-%20Pure%20Logic.pdf German: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15428826/Husserl%20-%20Prolegomena%20-%20Reine%20Logik.pdf

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Carlo Ierna
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carlo.ierna@gmail.com
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Drift 6, Zaal 0.17, Utrecht University, Drift 6, 3512 BS Utrecht, The Netherlands
Utrecht University, Drift 6, 3512 BS Utrecht, The Netherlands
Utrecht, Utrecht 3512 BS The Netherlands

The next session of our “history of phenomenology” reading group will take place on 10 December, 10.00-12.00 and will also be the last one of 2014. Next year we will proceed with Husserl’s Ideas I (more details to follow).
Since we managed to finish Husserl’s discussion and critique of historicism and “world-view philosophy” and hence the article as a whole, I propose we read a handful of pages (barely 6 in english) from his 1900 Prolegomena to compare and contrast.
In § 67-70 he lays out the “Tasks for Pure Logic” which should clarify his own approach and why he thinks that no naturalistic or historicist account could ever play a foundational role for “philosophy as rigorous science”.

English: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15428826/Husserl%20-%20Prolegomena%20-%20Pure%20Logic.pdf
German: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15428826/Husserl%20-%20Prolegomena%20-%20Reine%20Logik.pdf

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