Husserl and Heidegger

Husserl speaks of horizons, Heidegger of worlds. The concept behind these terms is the same; the two philosophers mentioned held generally widely divergent views. In this article I articulate the shared concept and then proceed to argue that the differences of view can be reduced to a difference in the range accorded to the concept. This strategy brings about a great simplification in the generally muddled controversy about the two philosophers. It also has the additional advantage of showing the interest this discussion could have for contemporary philosophy in general
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