Ideas: general introduction to pure phenomenology, by Edmund Husserl, translated by W.R. Boyce Gibson.

; Gibson, William Ralph Boyce, 1869-1935
London, G. Allen and Unwin; [1931] .

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Standard Title Ideen zu einer reinen Pha╠łnomenologie. English
Other Authors Gibson, William Ralph Boyce, 1869-1935.
Subjects Fenomenologie.
Phenomenalism.
Phenomenology.
Series Library of philosophy.
Description 465 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1931]
[1931]
Contents 1st section: The nature and knowledge of essential being -- 2nd section: The fundamental phenomenological outlook -- 3rd section: Procedure of pure phenomenology in respect of methods and problems -- 4th section: Reason and reality (Wirklichkeit).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3728305
(OCoLC)ocm03728305
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WorldCat Identities Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938.
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