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(2002) One hundred years of phenomenology, Dordrecht, Kluwer.

What is "logical" in Husserl's logical investigations?

the Copenhagen interpretation

David Woodruff Smith, David L Smith

pp. 51-65

In Wim Wenders's 1987 film Himmel Über Berlin (Wings of Desire in the English subtitle version), an angel moves silently among mortals, listening to their thoughts as they read in the Berlin public library. In this spirit, assume that Husserl is listening to our readings today of his Logical Investigations (1900–01).1

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-0093-1_4

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Smith, D.W. , Smith, D.L. (2002)., What is "logical" in Husserl's logical investigations?: the Copenhagen interpretation, in D. Zahavi & F. Stjernfelt (eds.), One hundred years of phenomenology, Dordrecht, Kluwer, pp. 51-65.

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