Edmund Husserl

  • The Begining

    The Begining
    Born on April 8th 1859 in Prostějov, Czechia .Edmund Husserl entered the world, His parents unaware of the impact on the world and what a great scientists he would become.
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    Enters the scientific community

    Edmund Husserl Enters the scientific community in Leipzig where he studded Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics, and Philosophy. His mentor during these years is Thomas Masaryk who later becomes the first president of Czechoslovakia.
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    Science and Psycology

    Husserl studies with Brentano author of psychology from a empirical standpoint for a time period then Brentano suggest Husserl study with another Carl Stumpf who is know for psychology of tone.
  • Dissertation

    Husserl writes his dissertation with Carl Stumpf on the concept of number.
  • Philosophy of Arithmetic

    Philosophy of Arithmetic
    Husserl release his first work titled the Philosophy of Arithmetic. Which combined mathematical psychological and philosophical components to attempt a psychological foundation of arithmetic. Though his book was criticized for its underlying psychologism by Gottob Frege. Husserl took this criticize personally. He attacked the kind of Psychologism by Frege with a total of 18 objections.
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    Phenomenological work

    Husserl First Phenomenological work was published and titled Logical investigations. The work was published in a total of two volumes. Volume 1 mainly comprised anti psycologism theorys. Where as Volume 2 held the six descriptive psychological and epistemological investigations. In this link to a short video we can further understand what is Phenomenology.
  • Logos

    Husserl states the expression logos in order to develop a genuinely transcendental logic. By analyzing the argument as a problem which solutions must be found: First, introduction to the problem speech and reason; second, bring the given senses logos to clarity; third, how can the word can be documented according to principles of Classical philology; fourth, relationship between the meanings of logos and senses of logic. finally, respect the relationship between speech and reason.
  • Transcendental Phenomenological method

    Transcendental Phenomenological method
    Husserl most important discovery is Transcendental Phenomenological method. which is the Phenomenological structure of time consciousness, The fundamental role of the notion on inter subjectivity in our conceptual system. The structure of our singular empirical thought.
  • Manuscripts

    On April 27 1983 Edmund Husserl Passed away in Freiburg. Leaving his 40,000 pages of Manuscripts Franciscan Herman Leo Van Breda, who brought them to Leuven Belgium, where the first Husserl archive was founded in 1939.