Signos Filosóficos 7:221-244 (2002)

The intentionality is a key concept in Husserl’s phenomenology, by means of which comes out to the light the proverbial tension between the modern tradition and the ‘thing self’. Conscious of the risk of reexaminating a topic that it has already been object of innumerables interpretations, the au..
Keywords Intencionalidad   Matemática   Filosofía   Fundamento   Irrupción   Intuición   Ideación
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