From semiotics to grammar

Husserl's intentionality

Manuel Gustavo Isaac

pp. 245-265

Focused on the Logical Investigations (1900/1), the purpose of this paper is to explain how Husserl’s idea of a pure logical grammar (a.k.a. pure morphology of meanings) theoretically proceeds from his modeling of the semiotic intentionality, and what role it plays in this framework.

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DOI: 10.19079/metodo.4.2.245

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Isaac, M.G. (2016). From semiotics to grammar: Husserl's intentionality. Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy 4 (2), pp. 245-265.

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