History, Phenomenology and Reflection
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With these words, toward the end of the Cartesian Meditations, Husserl summarizes in remarkably succinct form his phenomenological program. Let us examine briefly what Husserl is saying in this passage. Three important elements can be disengaged from it.
KeywordsScientific Tradition Historical Situation Phenomenological Reduction Transcendental Philosophy Conscious Life
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