Husserl and Analytic Philosophy
Ed. by Rosado Haddock, Guillermo E.
Aims and Scope
The book contributes to the refutation of the separation of philosophy in the 20th century into analytic and continental. It is shown that Edmund Husserl was seriously concerned with issues of so-called analytic philosophy, that there are strict parallelisms between Husserl’s treatment of philosophical subjects and those of authors in the analytic tradition, and that Husserl had a strong influence on Rudolf Carnap’s ‘Aufbau’.
- viii, 338 pages
- English, German
- Type of Publication:
- Carnap, Rudolf; Frege, Gottlob; intuition; semantics; logic