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Phänomenologie als Platonismus
Phenomenology as Platonism: On Platonic Moments in the Philosophy of Edmund Husserl

Zu den Platonischen Wesensmomenten der Philosophie Edmund Husserls

Husserl repeatedly invokes Plato as the founder of European philosophy, but never systematically elaborates phenomenology’s connections to Platonism. This study examines these connections, and shows that Husserl rightly views phenomenology as the ultimate inheritor of the original Platonic gift of philosophy. Many elements of phenomenology take on new meanings against the backdrop of their Platonic origins.

"[...]ein wertvoller Beitrag zur Husserl-Forschung."
Rochus Sowa in: Husserl Studien 34 (2018), 287-296

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