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Constitution and Husserl's quest for a rigorous science

Robert Sokolowski

pp. 116-166

Husserl composed the first volume of his Ideas 1 in order to realize the project marked out in his article of 1910, "Philosophy as a Rigorous Science." 2 The main preoccupation of Husserl in this volume is to elaborate philosophy, or more specifically phänomenology, as a rigorous science; not as an equal among other sciences, but as something that will provide a foundation for, and an explanation of, other sciences and even all human experience. phänomenology is to be established as the first philosophy, the ultimate field of inquiry to which all knowledge must appeal to acquire final rationalization.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-3325-0_5

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Sokolowski, R. (1970). Constitution and Husserl's quest for a rigorous science, in The formation of Husserl's concept of constitution, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 116-166.

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