Fundierung as a Logical Concept
Husserl’s Third Logical Investigation,1 ostensibly dealing with the phenomenology of whole and parts, is meant to introduce the notion of Fundierung. Fundierung is frequently used in phenomenological literature, although little has been written about it since Husserl introduced it. Husserl himself, while using Fundierung extensively, never felt the need to reopen the discussion.
KeywordsPhilosophical Discourse Ordinary Sense Dollar Amount Logical Concept Neuronal Change
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