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The Husserlian Mind

Edited by: Hanne Jacobs

Print publication date:  July  2021
Online publication date:  July  2021

Print ISBN: 9780367198671
eBook ISBN: 9780429243790
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429243790
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Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) is widely regarded as the principal founder of phenomenology, one of the most important movements in twentieth-century philosophy. His work inspired subsequent figures such as Martin Heidegger, his most renowned pupil, as well as Jean-Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, all of whom engaged with and developed his insights in significant ways. His work on fundamental problems such as intentionality, consciousness, and subjectivity continues to animate philosophical research and argument.

The Husserlian Mind is an outstanding reference source to the full range of Husserl's philosophy. Forty chapters by a team of international contributors are divided into seven clear parts covering the following areas:

  • major works
  • phenomenological method
  • phenomenology of consciousness
  • epistemology
  • ethics and social and political philosophy
  • philosophy of science
  • metaphysics.

Contained in these sections are chapters on many of the key aspects of Husserl's thought, including intentionality, transcendental philosophy, reduction, perception, time, self and subjectivity, personhood, logic, psychology, ontology, and idealism.

Offering an unparalleled guide to the enormous range of his thought, The Husserlian Mind is essential reading for students and scholars of Husserl, phenomenology, and the history of twentieth-century philosophy. It will also be of interest to those in related fields in the humanities, social sciences, and psychology and the cognitive sciences.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  The first breakthrough Download PDF
Chapter  2:  “If I am to call myself a philosopher” Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Cartesian Meditations  Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Formal and Transcendental Logic  Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Husserl’s Crisis of the European Sciences  Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Transcendental idealism and the Copernican turn in Kant and Husserl Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The transcendental and the eidetic dimensions of Husserl’s phenomenology Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Eidetic description in Husserl’s phenomenology Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Reduction and reflection after the continental-analytic divide Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The genetic turn Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Husserl’s transcendental phenomenology Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Husserlian intentionality Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The normative turn of perceptual intentionality and its metaphysical consequences (or why Husserl was neither a disjunctivist nor a conjunctivist) Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Back to basics Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Normality as embodied space Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Husserl’s phenomenology of acts of imagination Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Emotions and moods in Husserl’s phenomenology  Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Husserl’s theory of judgment and its contemporary relevance Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Language Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Husserl on other minds Download PDF
Chapter  21:  From no ego to pure ego to personal ego Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Husserl’s account of cognition and the legacy of Kantianism Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Husserl on the connections among knowledge, intentionality, and consciousness Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Sources of knowledge Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Husserl’s complex concept of objectivity Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Husserl on epistemic agency Download PDF
Chapter  27:  The battlefield of reason and feeling Download PDF
Chapter  28:  The ethics of Husserl and his contemporaries (Lipps, Pfänder, and Geiger) Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Evaluative experience Download PDF
Chapter  30:  The person as a fragile project Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Husserl on social groups Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Husserl’s idea of philosophy as a universal, strict science and its ethical meaning in the context of the crises of today Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Husserl’s theory of science Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Phenomenological psychology as philosophy of mind Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Phenomenology and history Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Physics with a human face Download PDF
Chapter  37:  The development of Husserl’s concept of metaphysics Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Mapping Husserl’s ontology and its boundaries Download PDF
Chapter  39:  From institution to critique Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Phenomenology, teleology, and theology Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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