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Alfred Schutz. accrued Papers. Vol. II: reviews in Social thought. Nijhoff, 1976 (Phaenomenologica, Vol. 15)
From the "Editor's note": the current quantity, the second one of Alfred Schutz’s accumulated Papers, includes works in sociology from the interval 1940-1959 and – in a single case – from the 12 months 1932, chosen based on a desk of association drafted via the writer almost immediately ahead of his dying. within the final weeks of his existence Schutz made plans to have the various papers of his “American period” amassed and released in English, in e-book shape. the fabric was once to be integrated in 3 volumes: one quantity, for which he selected the identify: the matter of Social fact, the current quantity of reviews in Social thought, and certainly one of reviews in Phenomenological Philosophy. He left few directions in regards to the latter volumes, except a provisional directory of things to be incorporated, yet nonetheless had time to offer a few suggestion to such editorial information because the subdivisions of the matter of Social fact, their series and the series of chapters inside every one part. That used to be all. the remainder needed to be entrusted to others.
In his Preface to quantity I, Father H. L. Van Breda has recalled the most info of Alfred Schutz’s existence and highbrow improvement, evoking the reminiscence additionally of his character as a guy and a student. Readers of the current quantity will locate those pages (Vol. I, pp. VI–XIII) in addition to the advent by way of Maurice Natanson (Vol. I, pp. XXV–XLVII) priceless towards a deeper knowing of Schutz’s brain and work.
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Within the first volumes of Technics and Time, Bernard Stiegler labored rigorously via Heidegger's and Husserl's dating to technics and know-how. right here, in quantity 3, he turns his consciousness to the prolematic dating to technics he unearths in Kant's Critique of natural cause, quite within the types of the Transcendental Deduction.
Der späte Husserl spricht von dem ,Ur-Ich’ als dem Ich, das der transzendentalen Intersubjektivität in einem gewissen Sinne vorangeht. Dies besagt aber nicht, dass es ein solipsistisches Ich wäre, das dem Anderen einseitig voranginge. Der Terminus ,Ur-Ich’ zeigt vielmehr die Ursprünglichkeit einer asymmetrischen und irreversiblen Relation zwischen Ich und Anderem zugespitzt an.
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2 This essay falls into four parts: the first tries to give a clear conception of the psychologistic doctrine, the second reviews Frege's criticisms of this doctrine which had such an influence on Husserl, the 1 Philosophie der Arithmetik, C. E. M. Pfeffer, Leipzig 1891. This work of Husserl's was reprinted in Vol. XII of Husserliana, Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague 1970. The quote comes from page 131 of the original edition. All translations are my own. 2 Logical Investigations, translated by J.
The doctrine that logic can be ultimately reduced to psychology. He discusses there the mathematical notions of number, plurality and unity, and he claims that many of the conceptual difficulties involved are based on the "psychological constitution" of these concepts. This need not imply that an analysis of this constitution is sufficient for a complete analysis of these concepts, but the suggestion that a psychological analysis is at least necessary comes from other passages in the book where Husserl insists that the verbal exposition of these concepts should bring the reader into such a disposition that he is able to perform those "psychical processes, which are necessary for the construction of the concept.
Mathematical objects and concepts are just another class of these theoretical objects, they are "nonsensible and objective" (unsinnlich und objectiv),lo In the preface to his book The Basic Laws ot Arithmetic ll Frege found once more occasion to attack logical psychologism. Here he turns on the notion of truth and charges psychologism with confusing "truth" with "taking to be true": Thus in the end truth is reduced to individuals' taking something to be true. All I have to say to this is: being true is different from being taken to be true, whether by one or many or everybody, and in no case is to be reduced to it.