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1. Introduction: Approaching Husserl Part I: The phenomenological attitude 2. The idea of phenomenology 3. Phenomenology as an eidetic science and the seeing of essences 4. Phenomenology as a transcendental science and the transcendental reduction Part II: Consciousness 5. The structure of intentionality 6. Noema and object 7. Intuition, evidence and truth 8. Constitution of objectivities 9. Time-consciousness Part III: Philosophical topics 10. The critique of psychologism 11. Intersubjectivity 12. The lifeworld 13. The crisis of the sciences 14. Conclusion: Mastering Husserl

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Matheson Russell is Research Associate at the University of New South Wales, Australia.


'Husserl: A Guide for the Perplexed is a clear, concise and accessible introduction of Husserl's philosophy for academics and any philosophy student who wants to further his/her ideas about Husserl' philosophy...Matheson Russell provides a thorough analysis of main topics of Husserl's philosophy while focusing each discussion on one of his major works.' Kamuran Godelek PhD, Metapsychology Online Reviews

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