Sensations and phenomenology.


Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press [1966] .

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Subjects Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938.
Knowledge, Theory of.
Sensation.
Description ix, 163 pages
Copyright Date [1966]
©1966
Contents pt. 1. Two fundamental assumptions -- part 2. Scientific humanism : Kepler and Galileo -- part 3. Descartes's direct argument for sensations -- part 4. The indirect arguments for sensations -- part 5. Production or constitution -- part 6. Intentionality and the intentional relation -- part 7. Is the world internal to consciousness? -- part 8. Conclusion : The purge.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)375345
(OCoLC)ocm00375345
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WorldCat Identities Chapman, Harmon M.
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