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    Husserl and the logic of experience

    Banham, Gary (2005) Husserl and the logic of experience. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 1403918155

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    This work aims to demonstrate the continued vitality of Husserl's enquiry into the experiential basis of the theory of logic. It traces the evolution of Husserl's investigations from the Logical Investigations to his concluding enquiries into genetic themes. The collection aims to show the necessity of engagement with transcendental phenomenology for an understanding of such key questions as the nature of temporal conceptions, the enquiry into the sense of European history and the question of the validity of the principle of excluded middle. Work from both internationally established authors and new writers working in the field are included and a previously unpublished essay by the late renowned scholar and translator of Husserl, Dorion Cairns, appears here. The nature of transcendental logic and its relationship to pure logic is investigated along with inquiries into the nature of Husserl's conception of the a priori, the relationship between intentionality and mereology, and the legacy of Husserl in recent French philosophy.

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