Hanne Jacobs

I am an associate professor of philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. I earned my PhD at the University of Leuven in Belgium, where I was a research fellow at the Husserl Archives. While in Leuven, I transcribed and edited a series of Husserl's lecture courses on the history of philosophy that was published in the Husserliana Materialien series as Einleitung in die Philosophie 1916–1920. I have published articles on topics in phenomenology, such as personal identity, attention, intersubjectivity, reflection, and phenomenological method. My current research interest is in phenomenological and contemporary theories of consciousness and reason. I am the book-review editor of Husserl Studies, a section editor for continental philosophy of Ergo, and an editorial board member of Tijdschrift voor Filosofie.

The Husserlian mind



London-New York, Routledge

Die Idee der Phänomenologie


in: Husserl-Handbuch, Stuttgart : Metzler

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¿Es la fenomenología una forma de vida?: Husserl, reflexión fenomenológica y transformación de sí


in: Antropología filosófica y filosofía social, Mexico City : Centro Mexicano de Investigaciones Fenomenológicas

Socialization, reflection, and personhood


in: Analytic and continental philosophy, Berlin-New York : de Gruyter

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Husserl on reason, reflection, and attention


Research in Phenomenology 42/2

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Towards a phenomenological account of personal identity


in: Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences, Dordrecht : Springer

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Intuition and freedom: Bergson, Husserl and the movement of philosophy


with Perri Trevor

in: Bergson and phenomenology, Dordrecht : Springer

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