D.W. Smith and R. Mclntyre: 'Husserl and intentionality: A study of mind, meaning, and language' [Book Review]

Husserl Studies 1 (1) (1984)
This book seems to us potentially as important as any work that has appeared in the last few decades for the purpose of understanding Hussefl's thought in its relation to other recent philosophical traditions, especially certain aspects of the analytical tradition. Yet there is a distinct danger that it will not receive the attention it amply merits. One reason for this danger is the unfortunate tendency we all have of dismissing ideas by pidgeonholing them.
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