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By Paul Ricoeur

ISBN-10: 0874626099

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In 1950, Paul Ricoeur released his translation of Edmund Husserl's "Ideen I" below the name "Idees directrices pour une phenomenologie". It grew to become the instruction manual and key to the daddy of phemenology. this mix of Husserl and Ricoeur may be of curiosity to either professors and scholars.

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Op. , p. 356, 367. 54. Marvin Farber, who studies so carefully and faithfully the Logical Investigations in The Foundation o/Phenomenology, criticizes Husserlian idealism too summarily, p. 543-59. 55. However, cf. Ideen, par. 146-49. 56. Cf. a good resume of Experience andJudgment, by Marvin Farber, in the Journalo/Philosophy, vol. 36, n. 9, April 27, 1939, p. 247-49. 57. E. Levinas, La Theorie de l'intuition dans la phenomenologie de Husserl, p. 143-174. Commentary on the Ideas, G:9:5. 58. Die volle Idee der Formalen Logik, p.

Cf G:33:3. K:37:9; G:37:1; GC:84:29; GP:76:17. This is an allusion to the indefinite process of confirmation and invalidation of the perceiving consciousness, par. 138. K:37:20; G:37:2; GC:85:3; GP;76:29. The text of the Prolegomena to Pure Logic, which is referred to in this paragraph, explains the opposition between rigorous, categorical laws oflogic and conjecturallaws of psychology. In particular, the explication of the principle of contradiction by John Stuart Mill is harshly criticized. If the incompatibility of two contradictions is only the psychological incompatibility of subjective acts, skepticism is inevitable and knowledge is relative to the contingent structure of the human species.

Husserl 61 ought to be "legitimized" (as Lotze already remarked, but in an inadequate way). " In the same sense M. III 9 IV. Transzendenzprobleme, of the Summer semester, 1909. 65. Text prepared by Landgrebe; some pages are from the beginning of October, 1910; the essential part comes from the first part of the Winter semester 1910-11. M. III 9 IVa and FI. 66. On the translation of Ein/uhlung by intropathie. cf. Vocabulaire Philosophique et Critique of Lalande on the word intropathie. 67. On Gegenwartigung and Vergegenwartigung, cf.

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