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Early Writings in the Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics : HUSSERL, EDMUND//COLLECTED WORKS - Edmund Husserl

Early Writings in the Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics

HUSSERL, EDMUND//COLLECTED WORKS

By: Edmund Husserl, Dallas Willard (Translator)

Hardcover Published: 31st December 1993
ISBN: 9780792322627
Number Of Pages: 505

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The primary intent of this volume is to give the English reader access to all the philosophical texts published by Husserl between the appearance of his first book, Philosophie der Arithmetik, and that of his second book, Logische Untersuchungen- roughly, from 1890 through 1901. Along with these texts we have included a number of unpublished manuscripts from the same period and dealing with the same or closely related topics. A few of the texts here translated (the review of Pahigyi, the five "report" articles of 1903-1904, the "notes" in Lalande's Vocabulaire, and the brief discussion. article on Marty of 1910) obviously fall outside this time period, so far as their publication dates are concerned; but in content they seem clearly confined to it. The final piece translated, a set of personal notes that date from 1906 through 1908, provides insight into how Husserl experienced his early labors and their results, and into how he saw their relation to work before him: a phenomenological critique of reason in all of its forms. Thus the texts here translated - which obviously are to be read in conjunction with his first two books - cover the progression of Husserl's Problematik from the relatively narrow one of clarifying the epistemic structure of general arithmetic, to the all-encompassing one of establishing in principle, through phenomenological research, the line between legitimate and illegitimate claims to know or to be rational, regardless of the domain concerned.

`... prepared in close collaboration with the Husserl Archive in Louvain. It is well designed, and there is no question about the scholarly value of this translation. Moreover, the book should serve as an excellent entrance point into Husserl's philosophy of mathematics...' Philosophia Mathematica, 9:2 (2001)

Translator's Introduction
The Concept of General Arithmeticp. 1
Arithmetic as an Apriori Sciencep. 7
Letter from E. Husserl to Carl Stumpfp. 12
On the Logic of Signs (Semiotic)p. 20
Review of Ernst Schroder's Vorlesungen uber die Algebra der Logikp. 52
The Deductive Calculus and the Logic of Contentsp. 92
Addenda to: The Deductive Calculus and the Logic of Contentsp. 115
A. Voigt's "Elemental Logic," in Relation to My Statements on the Logic of the Logical Calculusp. 121
Concerning the Calculus of the Logic of Contents: Rejoinder to Mr. Husserl's Articlep. 131
Husserl's Reply to the Foregoing "Rejoinder"p. 135
Psychological Studies in the Elements of Logicp. 139
Report on German Writings in Logic from the Year 1894p. 171
Review of Melchior Palagyi's Der Streit der Psychologisten und Formalisten in der modernen Logikp. 197
Report on German Writings in Logic: from the Years 1895-1899 First Articlep. 207
Second Articlep. 225
Third Articlep. 246
Fourth Articlep. 260
Fifth Articlep. 280
Comments in A. Lalande, Vocabulaire technique et critique de la philosophiep. 303
Review of A. Marty, Untersuchungen zur Grundlegung der allgemeinen Grammatik und Sprachphilosophiep. 305
Intuition and Representation, Intention and Fulfilmentp. 313
Intentional Objectsp. 345
Critical Discussion of K. Twardowski, Zur Lehre vom Inhalt und Gegenstand der Vorstellungen. Eine psychologische Untersuchungp. 388
Critical Discussion of H. Cornelius, Versuch einer Theorie der Existential-urteile (Munchen 1894)p. 396
App. I. From Husserl's Sketches for His Review of Schroderp. 421
App. II. Memorandum of a Verbal Communication of Zermelo to Husserlp. 442
App. III. Logical Calculus and the Logic of Contentsp. 443
App. IV. Intuition and Reprasentation: Toward a Classification of Reprasentationenp. 452
App. V. Interest (Tension) and Satisfaction (Resolution): On the Root of the Correlative Concepts: Intention/Fulfilmentp. 459
App. VI. On the Transition from the Mere Representation to Perception. Reprasentation through Analogyp. 464
App. VII. Circumstances of Seeingp. 467
App. VIII. Circumstances of Seeing: Visual Field and Field of Sightp. 470
App. IX. Draft of a Letter by Husserl to Martyp. 473
App. X. Identity of Represented Objectsp. 482
App. XI. Intuition and the Geometric Axiomsp. 486
App. XII. The Assumption of Axioms in Geometry, Theory of Manifolds and Pure Mechanicsp. 488
Personal Notesp. 490
Indexp. 501
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ISBN: 9780792322627
ISBN-10: 0792322622
Series: HUSSERL, EDMUND//COLLECTED WORKS
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 505
Published: 31st December 1993
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 1.13