Marvin Farber and Husserl’s Phenomenology
Marvin Farber, one of America’s foremost philosophers died in November of 1980. Among his contributions to the philosophy of the English speaking world were his studies of Husserl’s phenomenology. The aim of this short essay is to review his place in the development of this phenomenological tendency.
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