Book 1977

Readings on Edmund Husserl’s Logical Investigations

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ISBN: 978-90-247-1928-0 (Print) 978-94-010-1055-9 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-v

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    Pages 1-5

    Editor’s Introduction

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    Chapter

    Pages 6-21

    Review of Dr. E. Husserl’s Philosophy of Arithmetic

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    Chapter

    Pages 22-32

    Husserl and Frege: A New Look at their Relationship

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    Chapter

    Pages 33-42

    A Reply to a Critic of my Refutation of Logical Psychologism

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    Chapter

    Pages 43-54

    The Paradox of Logical Psychologism: Husserl’s Way Out

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    Chapter

    Pages 55-66

    On the Question of Logical Method in Relation to Edmund Husserl’s Prolegomena to Pure Logic

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    Chapter

    Pages 67-75

    Husserl on the Apodictic Evidence of Ideal Laws

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    Chapter

    Pages 76-82

    Husserl’s Thesis of the Ideality of Meanings

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    Chapter

    Pages 83-93

    Husserl on Signification and Object

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    Chapter

    Pages 94-111

    The Logic of Parts and Wholes in Husserl’s Investigations

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    Chapter

    Pages 112-127

    Outlines of a Theory of “Essentially Occasional Expressions”

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    Chapter

    Pages 128-136

    Husserl’s Conception of a Purely Logical Grammar

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    Chapter

    Pages 137-161

    Husserl’s Conception of “The Grammatical” and Contemporary Linguistics

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    Chapter

    Pages 162-178

    On Husserl’s Approach to Necessary Truth

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    Chapter

    Pages 179-196

    Husserl on Truth and Evidence

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    Chapter

    Pages 197-215

    The Task and the Significance of the Logical Investigations

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 216-219