Comparative Studies in Phenomenology by Michael Sukale (auth.)

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The essays that are gathered during this e-book have been written at a number of durations over the past seven years. The essay "Heidegger and Dewey," that is the final one to be published within the e-book, used to be truly the 1st one I wrote. It was once written as a seminar paper for John D. Goheen's direction on Dewey within the Spring of 1968 at Stanford collage the place i used to be a second-year graduate scholar. The paper went unchanged into my thesis "Four reports in Phenomenology and Pragmatism," which i finally submitted in 1971, and it really is right here reprinted with out alteration aside from the name. a primary model of the 2 essays on Sartre was once written within the Spring of 1969 in the course of my first yr of training at Princeton college. Even­ tually i made a decision to damage the essay into components. A shortened model of "Sartre and the Cartesian Ego" was once learn on the japanese department assembly of the yankee Philosophical organization in December 1973.

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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.

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