Husserl's Ideen

Edited by

Lester Embree, Thomas Nenon

This collection of more than two dozen essays by philosophy scholars of international repute traces the profound impact exerted by Husserl’s Meisterwerk, known in its shortened title as Ideen, whose first book was released in 1913. Published to coincide with the centenary of its original appearance, and fifty years after the second book went to print in 1952, the contributors offer a comprehensive array of perspectives on the ways in which Husserl’s concept of phenomenology influenced leading figures and movements of the last century, including, among others, Ortega y Gassett, Edith Stein, Martin Heidegger, Aron Gurwitsch, Ludwig Landgrebe, Dorion Cairns, Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Jacques Derrida and Giles Deleuze.


3-18
19-33
35-54
55-70
71-90
91-104
105-124
125-140
143-160
161-176
177-193
195-207
209-224
225-239
241-264
265-282
283-294
295-311
313-326
327-349
351-364
365-380
383-398
399-414
415-431
"Ideen I" confronting its critics

Rosemary Rizo-Patrón De Lerner

433-449
451-466
467-475

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121102
Series
Contributions to Phenomenology - 66
Date
2013
Publisher
Springer
Place
Dordrecht
Pages
498, xiv
ISBN
978-94-007-5212-2