Crisis of the European Sciences, that the original meaning of science has been covered over or "sedimented" by concepts that obscure the true intentional core of scientific meaning. In the first three sections of this paper I develop Husserl's central insights about mathematics in light of two contemporary critiques of his project of "reactivation" of the original, sedimented meaning of science. In the latter two sections, I argue that accepting Husserl's account of the original meaning and development of science offers a promising explanation of why nature is amenable to mathematics. This explanation hinges on a conception of the objects and methods of mathematics and the mathematized physical sciences as accomplishments, that is, as constituted contents of consciousness." /> Husserl's archaeology of exact science - Humphreys Justin | sdvig press

Husserl's archaeology of exact science

Justin Humphreys

pp. 101-127

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