Constitution of meaning and objects in the logical investigations
In his attempt to develop fully the foundations of arithmetic, Husserl was led to see that the problems raised in this study could be resolved only in a much wider philosophical context. He interrupted his mathematical inquiries "until I might succeed in arriving at certain clarity in the basic questions of epistemology and in the critical understanding of logic as a science." 1 The result of his new interests was the Logical Investigations
Sokolowski, R. (1970). Constitution of meaning and objects in the logical investigations, in The formation of Husserl's concept of constitution, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 37-73.
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