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Husserl and the Intersubjectivity Materials

Husserl and the Intersubjectivity Materials 167 Husserl and the Intersubjectivity Materials Edmund Husserl. Zur Phänomenologie der Intersubjektivität, ed. Iso Kern. Husserliana XIII-XV. Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1973. Erster Teil, 547 pages; Zweiter Teil, 624 pages; Dritter Teil, 742 pages. In the Spring of 1929, when he thought he had finished his work on the German text of the Cartesian Meditations, Husserl was busy with correct- ing the proofs of his first publication since Ideen 1 16 years earlier, Forma- le und Tranzendentale Logik. At one point he added a remark in which he claimed that the problem of intersubjectivity and the difficulties of tran- scendental solipsism had finally been overcome. He had worked his way through these difficulties in a series of detailed investigations which, he said, he hoped to be publishing soon. These investigations Husserl never published. In fact, the material he had hoped to systematize stretched back to 1905 and would continue to proliferate until 1934. Long before that time, as Husserl himself confessed to Pfinder in January 1931 in an un- published letter preserved at the Husserl Archives in Louvain (see Husserli- ana XIV, pp. xxxi-xxxii), they had reached unmanageable proportions. What Iso Kern has done in Husserliana XIII-XV' has http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Husserl and the Intersubjectivity Materials

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 6 (1): 167 – Jan 1, 1976

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© 1976 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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167 Husserl and the Intersubjectivity Materials Edmund Husserl. Zur Phänomenologie der Intersubjektivität, ed. Iso Kern. Husserliana XIII-XV. Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1973. Erster Teil, 547 pages; Zweiter Teil, 624 pages; Dritter Teil, 742 pages. In the Spring of 1929, when he thought he had finished his work on the German text of the Cartesian Meditations, Husserl was busy with correct- ing the proofs of his first publication since Ideen 1 16 years earlier, Forma- le und Tranzendentale Logik. At one point he added a remark in which he claimed that the problem of intersubjectivity and the difficulties of tran- scendental solipsism had finally been overcome. He had worked his way through these difficulties in a series of detailed investigations which, he said, he hoped to be publishing soon. These investigations Husserl never published. In fact, the material he had hoped to systematize stretched back to 1905 and would continue to proliferate until 1934. Long before that time, as Husserl himself confessed to Pfinder in January 1931 in an un- published letter preserved at the Husserl Archives in Louvain (see Husserli- ana XIV, pp. xxxi-xxxii), they had reached unmanageable proportions. What Iso Kern has done in Husserliana XIII-XV' has

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Published: Jan 1, 1976

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