The ethical imperative in Edmund Husserl

Husserl Studies 23 (3):169-186 (2007)
Husserl develops his reflection on ethics mainly in his lecture courses. These lectures can be divided into two parts, according to a principle that is both chronological and pertaining to content, and following thus the respective editions in the Gesammelte Werke.1 The common aspect of the two different phases of Husserl’s research can be detected in the critical confrontation with Kant’s practical philosophy, starting with the question concerning the formality
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DOI 10.1007/s10743-007-9022-2
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