He was born into a Jewish family, the second of four children. His father was a milliner. Then Husserl traveled to Vienna to study at the Realgymnasium there, followed next by the Staatsgymnasium in Olomouc Ger. At Leipzig he was inspired by philosophy lectures given by Wilhelm Wundt , one of the founders of modern psychology. Then he moved to the Frederick William University of Berlin the present-day Humboldt University of Berlin in where he continued his study of mathematics under Leopold Kronecker and the renowned Karl Weierstrass. In Berlin he found a mentor in Thomas Masaryk , then a former philosophy student of Franz Brentano and later the first president of Czechoslovakia.
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Nikokora Philosophie der Arithmetik The philosophy of Edmund Husserl in its development from his mathematical interests to his first concept of phenomenology in Logical Investigations. Philosophiques36 2: Gottlob Frege — — G.
Translations are mine, unless otherwise specified, and modified where required, without notice. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: This field of psychology I call descriptive. Die Frage nach dem Ursprung der Geometrie als intentional-historiches Problem: Hence, the question we should rather ask, is: Introduction and notes by D. Improperly or symbolically conceived quantities are identified as such, according to Husserl, thanks to their Gestalt.
Counting in this second sense, means as much as analyzing. The crisis of the European sciences and the transcendental phenomenology Evanston, Ill. Revue Roumaine de Philosophie55 1: Husserl on a logic that failed. Share your thoughts with other customers.
During the process of counting we intuit each member of the quantity by itself, but not the quantity as a whole. Comprehensively it would have encompassed four parts and an Appendix. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. General introduction to pure phenomenology New York, Macmillan.
The name field is required. Find it on Scholar. Philosophie der arithmetik. Psychologische und logische untersuchungen … 1. Philosophical essays in memory of Edmund Husserl, Cambridge: General introduction to pure phenomenology Indianapolis, Hackett.
Open Court, Chicago and La Salle. We could call such a kind of investigation hussegl analysis, in analogy to chemical edr. Psychologische Analysen On the Concept of Number.
Would you also like to submit a review for this item? In chapter eleven of the Philosophy of Arithmetic Husserl develops the problem of symbolic intuition of quantities in great detail and there introduces the notion of figural moment to explain the apprehension of quantities as quantities without counting.
Husserl in Halle, Frankfurt am Main: Please choose whether or not you artihmetik other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Early writings in the philosophy of logic and mathematics Dordrecht, Springer. Compare Husserlp. Psychologische und logische untersuchungen is an book by Edmund Husserl. D, just past C, earlier past B, up to the most strongly changed A. Finding libraries that hold this item Husserl — — The Monist 2: You may send this item to up to five recipients.
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Structure[ edit ] The Philosophy of Arithmetic constitutes the first volume of a work which Husserl intended to comprise two volumes, of which the second was never published. Comprehensively it would have encompassed four parts and an Appendix. The first volume is divided in two parts, in the first of which Husserl purports to analyse the "Proper concepts of multiplicity, unity and amount" Die eigentliche Begriffe von Vielheit, Einheit und Anzahl and in the second "The symbolic amount-concepts and the logical sources of amount-arithmetic" Die symbolischen Anzahlbegrife und die logischen Quellen der Anzahlen-Arithmetik. Content[ edit ] The basic issue of the book is a philosophical analysis of the concept of number , which is the most basic concept on which the entire edifice of arithmetic and mathematics can be founded. In order to proceed with this analysis, Husserl, following Brentano and Stumpf, uses the tools of psychology to look for the "origin and content" of the concept of number. He begins with the classical definition, already given by Euclid , Thomas Hobbes and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz , that "number is a multiplicity of unities" and then asks himself: what is multiplicity and what is unity? Anything that we can think of, anything we can present, can be considered at its most basic level to be "something".
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