Single Idea 21223

[catalogued under 5. Theory of Logic / C. Ontology of Logic / 1. Ontology of Logic]

Full Idea

The phenomenological logic grounds logical notions in subjective acts of experience.

Gist of Idea

Phenomenology grounds logic in subjective experience


report of Edmund Husserl (Formal and Transcendental Logic [1929], p.183) by Victor Velarde-Mayol - On Husserl 4.5.1

Book Reference

Velarde-Mayol,Victor: 'On Husserl' [Wadsworth 2000], p.68

A Reaction

I'll approach this with great caution, but this is a line of thought that appeals to me. The core assumptions of logic do not arise ex nihilo.

Related Idea

Idea 21222 Logicians presuppose a world, and ignore logic/world connections, so their logic is impure [Husserl, by Velarde-Mayol]