The Origin of Geometry. Husserl is convinced that philosophy is a scientific tradition, and the historical apriori serves in the analysis of the conditions that define a distinctively scientific "handing down." The key here is a kind of writing—mathematics—thanks to which the participants in the tradition can be certain that they are in essential connection with the "original" idealities of that tradition. But Husserl's discovery about the individual philosopher's relation to the philosophical tradition—namely, that it is always mediated by a kind of "poetic invention"—undermines his conviction that philosophy can be a scientific tradition. This is Husserl's "existentialism."" /> Husserl's existentialism - Crowell Steven | sdvig press

Husserl's existentialism

ideality, traditions, and the historical apriori

Steven Crowell

pp. 67-83

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