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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Ideas by Edmund Husserl. Ideas by Edmund Husserl. Get A Copy. Published August 1st by Collier Books first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Ideas , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details.
More filters. Sort order. Bracket the world and look at it in pieces atoms and suspend judgment beyond the domain of interest and have everything we think be about something hopes, feeling, wishes, desires, wants…. That is at the heart of Phenomenology.
If you have any interest at all about what Phenomenology is about this is the book you should read. For Phenomenology, every act and thing has an intention in and of itself and its functionality is not important. Husserl uses the Bracket the world and look at it in pieces atoms and suspend judgment beyond the domain of interest and have everything we think be about something hopes, feeling, wishes, desires, wants….
I think he was sincere in that dedication. At times as I was reading this well written book I kept thinking about Ayn Rand and her childish Objectivist philosophy. Let me be clear, Husserl is a real philosopher worth reading.
Rand is not. Husserl in this book will clearly argue that reality precedes metaphysics; the bracketing of the world will give the world by itself and for itself according to him.
Heidegger is abstruse to the point of incomprehension; Sartre is simplistic without intentional content. Husserl writes clearly, but expects his readers to understand their Aristotle and Kant. I do wish I had read this before having read Heidegger because Heidegger assumes his reader understood phenomenology. It has relevance beyond itself. Husserl tries to develop a psychology based on his Phenomenology that is about our intention hopes, feeling, wishes, desires, wants….
Husserl and this book are worth reading even though I can say I disagree overall with his perspective for understanding the world. Husserl wants to atomize the world. Descartes with his cogito did too, and Husserl wants to do that too and does appeal to Descartes frequently in this book.
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This one is beyond my pay grade. I am giving it a four based on reputation. Continental philosophers are hard to figure out and I will have to reread this one. It was really hard to tease out this philosopher's jargon. I sensed something profound was going on but I couldn't penetrate the jargon. View 1 comment. Jul 23, Alexandru Jr. Never underestimate the value of taking your time with a book.
This one took me months to finish. I give it 4 stars because it was great but certainly a slog. This book is a profound, rewarding thrashing about the specificity required to make assertions based on sensory input. Husserl offers an exploration of what it means when we imagine an experience after having it and how these realities are and are not more certain than the senses conveying them. I don't agree with all his points or his murky style, but I still feel deeply satisfied with his overall analysis.
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Oct 17, Duncan Hamilton rated it really liked it. Ranging in date from to , these texts bookend Husserl's landmark Ideas for a Pure Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy The selection encompasses essays that Husserl responded to directly in the Ideas I , as well as a number of the critical and sympathetic essays that appeared in the wake of its publication. Significantly, the present volume also includes Husserl's subsequent responses to his critics. All of the texts included have been translated into English for the first time, introducing the reader to a wide range of long-neglected material that is highly relevant to contemporary debates regarding the meaning and possibility of phenomenology.
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