Copertina Edmund Husserl,
Phenomenology and Psychology
Edited by Anna Donise 
pp. 96
Euro: 6,00 - ISBN: 88-86358-61-X
The essay Phenomenology and Psychology, which Husserl wrote in 1916, deals with the unresolved problem of the relationship between logical laws and the human psyche, that is, between ideal and objective principles, mathematical laws and individuals with their personal histories, emotions, feelings, most of the time producing contradictions and fluctuations of consciousness. It is exactly the consciousness, conceived by Husserl as internal and external, consciousness of the self and of the world, that constitutes the dividing line between phenomenology and psychology.

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