Ideas from 'works' by Edmund Husserl [1898], by Theme Structure

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1. Philosophy / H. Continental Philosophy / 2. Phenomenology
If phenomenology is deprived of the synthetic a priori, it is reduced to literature
                        Full Idea: Sternly envisaged by Husserl as a scientific discipline, phenomenology, on being stripped of the synthetic a priori by the logical positivists, ends up in Sartre as a largely literary undertaking.
                        From: comment on Edmund Husserl (works [1898]) by Josť A. Benardete - Metaphysics: the logical approach Ch.18