The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl

von: Dorion Cairns, Lester Embree

Springer-Verlag, 2012

ISBN: 9789400750432 , 310 Seiten

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The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl


 

The present volume containing the dissertation of Dorion Cairns is the first part of a comprehensive edition of the philosophical papers of one of the foremost disseminators and interpreters of Husserlian phenomenology in North-America.
Based on his intimate knowledge  of Husserl's published writings and unpublished manuscripts and on the many conversations and discussions he had with Husserl and Fink during his stay in Freiburg i. Br. in 1931-1932 Cairns's dissertation is a comprehensive exposition of the methodological foundations and the concrete phenomenological analyses of Husserl's transcendental phenomenology.The lucidity and precision of Cairns's presentation is remarkable and demonstrates the secure grasp he had of Husserl's philosophical intentions and phenomenological distinctions. Starting from the phenomenological reduction and Husserl's Idea of Philosophy, Cairns proceeds with a detailed analysis of intentionality and the intentional structures of consciousness. In its scope and in the depth and nuance of its understanding, Cairns's dissertation belongs beside the writings on Husserl by Levinas and Fink from the same period.


Dorion Cairns (1901-1973) studied at Harvard, studied three and a half years with Husserl, and taught 1953-1969 on the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at the New School for Social Research.
Lester Embree (1938- )studied with Cairns at the New School and holds an endowed chair at Florida Atlantic University.