Review: Husserl and Stein
Edited by Richard Feist and William Sweet
Contemporary Change, Series I, Vol. 31
The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2003. Pp. vi + 202.
International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 15 (2).
Husserl and Stein
is a collection of essays relating to these two thinkers. The
individual essays are mostly of very good quality, highlighting aspects which
are often left underdeveloped: Husserl’s relations to his colleagues in mathematics
and to his assistant Stein, as well as problems in Stein’s philosophy.
The book sheds interesting light on early phenomenology and on the problems
that spurred its development.
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