Metaphilosophy 11 (1):17–35 (1980)
The article considers a) husserl's adoption of a cartesian rationalistic goal of philosophy, B) his charge that descartes failed to make the transcendental turn toward the subject, And c) the divergent view of husserl and descartes on the "cogito" which determine the crucial differences in the priorities which they assign to metaphysics and epistemology within their first philosophies
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