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Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology

Close reading seminar on Husserl’s article “Philosophy as Rigorous Science”. A recent english translation is available here: http://essential.metapress.com/content/20176r2mg16g246j/ The original german text from the 1910/1911 first issue of Logos is available here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15428826/Husserl%20-%20Philosophie%20als%20Strenge%20Wissenschaft.pdf This is one of only two texts (to the best of my knowledge) that has been translated into Dutch, so you could also consult … Continue reading Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology

Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology

The OZSW close-reading group on the history of phenomenology (sub-group of the study group “Philosophy Around 1900”) will continue this year with Edmund Husserl’s article “Philosophy as Rigorous Science” and then with selections from his “Ideas I” (focusing on the phenomenological reduction and the noema). In this first session I will provide a brief introduction, … Continue reading Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology