Husserl's Kant reception and the foundation of his transcendental phenomenological "first philosophy"
Husserl's lectures on First Philosophy (Erste Philosophie,1923-24; 1956), which should include the individual articles from the "Abhandlungen" and "Beiträge" of Husserliana VII, share a common goal. They are supposed to demonstrate irrefutably that the ground of philosophy, that which is truly "first" about it, is the establishment of its foundation, its groundwork.
Funke, G. (1994)., Husserl's Kant reception and the foundation of his transcendental phenomenological "first philosophy", in T. J. Stapleton (ed.), The question of hermeneutics, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 91-112.
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