Geburt der Phänomenologie
Edmund Husserl zu Ehren
The book presents a collection of studies devoted to the philosophy of Edmund Husserl. Historical works are represented, as are systematically conceived contributions examining the possibilities and limits of Husserl’s phenomenology in dialogue with contemporary philosophical concepts.
The common denominator of the individual articles is the belief shared by their authors, among whom are leaders of the domestic and international philosophical scene (S. Rinofner-Kreidl, R. Rollinger, E. Kohák, I. Blecha, K. Novotny); specifically, that even today, at the beginning of the 21st century, Husserl’s thinking represents an important source of inspiration and a call for a serious philosophical confrontation. The external stimulus which gave rise to this volume was the international conference Geburt der Phänomenologie – Edmund Husserl zu Ehren, held on 11-12 January 2010 at the Austrian Cultural Forum in Prague.
The publication is in German.
Published ten or more years ago, therefore, the price has been reduced to 50 percent.
184 pages, paperback