Volume 207 2013

The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl

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ISBN: 978-94-007-5042-5 (Print) 978-94-007-5043-2 (Online)

Table of contents (27 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

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    Pages 1-20

    The Transcendental Phenomenological Reduction: Husserl’s Concept of the Idea of Philosophy

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    Pages 21-28

    General Nature of Intentionality

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    Pages 29-39

    General Structure of the Act-Correlate

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    Pages 41-50

    Thetic Quality

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    Pages 51-55

    Act-Horizon

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    Pages 57-68

    Founded Structures

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    Pages 69-75

    Direct and Indirect, Impressional and Reproductive, Consciousness

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    Pages 77-85

    Evidence

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    Pages 87-93

    Fulfilment

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    Pages 95-99

    Pure Possibility

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    Pages 101-108

    Recapitulation and Program

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    Pages 109-118

    The Egological Reduction

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    Pages 119-128

    Primordial Sense-Perception

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    Pages 129-142

    Primordial Sense-Perception (Continued)

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    Pages 143-162

    The Founding Strata of Primordial Sense-Perception

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    Pages 163-186

    The Constitution of Immanent Objects, and the General Nature of Association

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    Pages 187-199

    Spontaneity in General Attention

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    Pages 201-210

    Doxic Explication

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    Pages 211-216

    The Ego-Aspect of Evidence and the Evidence of Reflection

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    Pages 217-237

    Syntactical Acts and Syntactical Objects

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