Husserl: an analysis of his phenomenology

Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press. Edited by Edward G. Ballard, Lester Embree & David Carr (1967)
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Introduction: Husserl (1859-1938) -- An introduction to Husserl's ideas I -- Husserl's ideas II: analyses and problems -- A study of Husserl's Cartesian meditations, I-IV -- Husserl's Fifth Cartesian meditation -- Husserl and the sense of history -- Kant and Husserl -- Existential phenomenology -- Methods and tasks of a phenomenology of the will.

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