Husserl's mereological argument for intentional constitution
In this paper I will attempt to defend the position that there is an ontology proper and peculiar to transcendental phenomenology, and that from this ontological point of view it is possible to understand better Husserl'sinsistence that transcendental phenomenology is a well-founded philosophy meeting the requirements of a strict science. I am fully aware that such an approach must face a large number of hermeneutical and theoretical problems.
Serrano De Haro, A. (2010)., Husserl's mereological argument for intentional constitution, in C. Ierna, H. Jacobs & F. Mattens (eds.), Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 661-678.
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