Husserls cartesian meditations is not only an important turning point in husserls conception of phenomenology but also in the history of phenomenology as a philosophical method style or movement as it ostracized the founder of phenomenology from many of his disciples who having been enamoured with the possibilities of phenomenology as . The cartesian meditations an introduction to phenomenology was written by edmund husserl the founder of phenomenology this means the book is not muddled by the need to reconcile conflicting views on what phenomenology is according to various philosophers like in commentaries. 1 descartes meditations as the prototype of philosophical reflection 2 the necessity of a radical new beginning of philosophy first meditation the way to the transcendental ego 3 the cartesian overthrow and the guiding final idea of an absolute grounding of science 4. The cartesian meditations translation is based primarily on the printed text edited by professor s strasser and published in the first volume of husserliana cartesianische meditationen und pariser vortrage isbn 90 247 0214 3 most of husserls emendations as given in the appendix to that volume have been treated as if they were part of the text
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