58 Heidegger and Husserl's Logical Investigations In remembrance of Heidegger's last seminar (Zähringen, 1973)* JACQUES TAMINIAUX University of Louvain It is known that the introduction of that work which made Heidegger famous and with respect to which he never ceased to gage the stages of his path of thinking, defined the method of investigation undertaken in that work to be phenomenological. It is also known that Heidegger recognized his debt to Husserl in the same text when he wrote at the end of the "Exposition of the Question of the Meaning of Being": "The following investigation would not have been possible if the ground had not been prepared by Edmund Husserl, with whose Logische Untersuchungen phenomenology first emerged."' In a footnote he added more specifically: "If the following investigation has taken any steps forward in disclosing the 'things themselves,' the author must first of all thank E. Husserl, who, by providing his own incisive personal guidance and by freely turning over his unpublished investigations, familiarized the author with the most diverse areas of phenomenological research during his student years in Freiburg,. "2 It is also known however that the same text combines with this recognition of debt a
Research in Phenomenology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1977
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