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Steven Spileers, Husserl Bibliography



Husserl Studies: 19: 243­244, 2003. Book Review Steven Spileers, Husserl Bibliography. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1999 (Husserliana Dokumente, Vol. 4), ISBN 0-7923-5181-9, US$270.00. The new Husserl Bibliography is a welcome addition to the Husserliana Dokumente series published by the Husserl Archives at Louvain. The bibliography serves as volume IV of the series. The editor, Steven Spileers, has managed to compile a thorough list of all texts by and about Husserl between the years 1887 and 1997. Moreover, the bibliography covers publications and translations in seven major Western languages, including German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch and English. Spileers' Bibliography is divided into six major sections. He first lists past bibliographies, and then proceeds to present all of the edited works of Husserl's Gesammelte Werke. It should be noted that the most recent bibliography was published in 1995 by Gernot Gabel and only covers the period up until 1990. More extensive and more recent than Gabel's bibliography, the Husserl Bibliography manages to bring together in one volume recently-updated, detailed bibliographic information. Spileers not only lists Husserl's works but also documents translations of Husserl's works. All secondary literature is also listed according to language group. Interesting is Section 2.8 devoted to texts



Husserl StudiesSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 1, 2003

DOI: 10.1023/A:1027388504457

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