Edmund Husserl's Phenomenology (Paperback)
In Edmund Husserl's Phenomenology, Joseph J. Kockelmans provides the reader with a biographical sketch and an overview of the salient features of Husserl's thought. Kockelmans focuses on the essay for the Encyclopedia Britannica of 1928, Husserl's most Important effort to articulate the aims of phenomenology for a more general audience. Included are Husserl's text -- in the original German and in English translation on facing pages -- a synopsis, and an extensive commentary that relates Husserl's work as a whole to the essay for the Encyclopedia.
About the Author(s):
JOSEPH J. KOCKELMANS, Bacc. Lic., Ph.D., Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the Pennsylvania State University.