Volume 200 2010

Philosophy, Phenomenology, Sciences

Essays in Commemoration of Edmund Husserl

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ISBN: 978-94-007-0070-3 (Print) 978-94-007-0071-0 (Online)

Table of contents (27 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

  2. The Nature and Method of Phenomenology

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      Pages 3-23

      Husserl on First Philosophy

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      Pages 25-39

      Le sens de la phénoménologie

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      Pages 41-70

      Transzendentale Phänomenologie?

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      Pages 71-92

      Husserl and the ‘absolute’

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      Pages 93-106

      Husserls Beweis für den transzendentalen Idealismus

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      Pages 107-133

      Phenomenology as First Philosophy: A Prehistory

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      Pages 135-153

      Der methodologische Transzendentalismus der Phänomenologie

  3. Phenomenology and the Sciences

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      Pages 155-155

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      Pages 157-189

      Husserl contra Carnap : la démarcation des sciences

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      Pages 191-219

      Phänomenologische Methoden und empirische Erkenntnisse

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      Pages 221-253

      Descriptive Psychology and Natural Sciences: Husserl’s early Criticism of Brentano

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      Pages 255-300

      Mathesis universalis et géométrie : Husserl et Grassmann

  4. Phenomenology and Consciousness

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      Pages 301-301

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      Pages 303-332

      Tamino’s Eyes, Pamina’s Gaze: Husserl’s Phenomenology of Image-Consciousness Refashioned

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      Pages 333-361

      Towards a Phenomenological Account of Personal Identity

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      Pages 363-389

      Husserl’s Subjectivism: The “thoroughly peculiar ‘forms’” of Consciousness and the Philosophy of Mind*

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      Pages 391-404

      “So You Want to Naturalize Consciousness?” “Why, why not?” – “But How?” Husserl meeting some offspring

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      Pages 405-438

      Philosophy and ‘Experience’: A Conflict of Interests?*

  5. Phenomenology and Practical Philosophy

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      Pages 439-439

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      Pages 441-460

      Self-Responsibility and Eudaimonia

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      Pages 461-482

      Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer phänomenologischen Theorie des Handelns: Überlegungen zu Davidson und Husserl

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      Pages 483-503

      Husserl und das Faktum der praktischen Vernunft: Anstoß und Herausforderung einer phänomenologischen Ethik der Person

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      Pages 505-521

      Erde und Leib: Ort der Ökologie nach Husserl

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