Wolfgang Huemer, the constitution of consciousness: A study in analytic phenomenology (series: Studies in philosophy) [Book Review]

Husserl Studies 23 (2):161-167 (2007)
This is an interesting and ambitious book, bringing Husserl’s account of constitution to bear on the enduring problem of how mind and world are related. The study does not aim to be a contribution to Husserl scholarship (though it certainly reflects deep understanding of central parts of Husserl’s work), but rather to bring aspects of Husserlian phenomenology into dialog with more recent analytic work in philosophy of mind to make philosophical progress.
Keywords Husserl  Analytic Phenomenology  Consciousness  Constitution  Mind and World
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DOI 10.1007/s10743-007-9019-x
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