addendum to what I said about Husserl in the previous post

I dunno, but this sounds strangely  familiar . (Real/not real ???). 

In the previous post I stressed the rift in Husserl between intentional objects and their sensuous qualities, without which phenomenology could never get off the ground, and a feature that is probably Husserl’s biggest selling point. The reason Husserlians don’t see the novelty of this insight is that they continue to convince themselves that Husserl […]


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