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Ideas of Edmund Husserl, by Text

[German, 1859 - 1938, Born at Prossnitz. Pupil of Brentano. Professor at the University of Freiburg.]

1894 Philosophy of Arithmetic
p.20 Psychologism blunders in focusing on concept-formation instead of delineating the concepts
p.146 Husserl wanted to keep a shadowy remnant of abstracted objects, to correlate them
p.193 Husserl said counting is more basic than Frege's one-one correspondence
p.144 p.95 0 is not a number, as it answers 'how many?' negatively
p.73-74 p.322 Husserl identifies a positive mental act of unification, and a negative mental act for differences
p.85 p.323 Multiplicity in general is just one and one and one, etc.
1898 works
p.137 If phenomenology is deprived of the synthetic a priori, it is reduced to literature
1900 Logical Investigations
p.14 Phenomenology is the science of essences - necessary universal structures for art, representation etc.
p.28 Bracketing subtracts entailments about external reality from beliefs
p.421 Phenomenology aims to describe experience directly, rather than by its origins or causes