Phenomenological perspectives : historical and systematic essays in honor of Herbert Spiegelberg.

Series: Phaenomenologica ; 62Publication details: The Hague : Martinus Nijhoff, 1975Description: x, 279 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 25 cmSubject(s): Spiegelberg, Herbert -- Bibliography | Phenomenology
Contents:
Gurwitsch, A. Compossibility and incompossibility in Leibniz.--Zaner, R. Hume and the discipline of phenomenology.--Goicoechea, D. Royce and the reductions.--Ihde, D. Wittgenstein's "Phenomenological reduction."--Kersten, F. The occasion and novelty of Husserl's phenomenology of essence.--Boelen, B. Martin Heidegger as a phenomenologist.--Fisher, A. Marriage, parenthood and life in community.--Straus, E. The monads have windows.--Küng, G. Das Noema als reelles Moment.--Boehm, R. Eine Tragödie.--Ballard, E. "Alms for Oblivian."--Sokolowski, R. Truth within phenomenological speech.--Mayer, J. The Phenomenology of speaking.--Stein, W. Symphilosophizing in an ethics class.--Mays, W. Phenomenological aspects of probability.
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Book Book Evangelische Theologische Faculteit Leuven
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B 829.5 PHAE 1975 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 35678000508483

"Bibliography of Herbert Spiegelberg's published works, 1930-1974": p. [276]-279.

Includes bibliographical references.

Gurwitsch, A. Compossibility and incompossibility in Leibniz.--Zaner, R. Hume and the discipline of phenomenology.--Goicoechea, D. Royce and the reductions.--Ihde, D. Wittgenstein's "Phenomenological reduction."--Kersten, F. The occasion and novelty of Husserl's phenomenology of essence.--Boelen, B. Martin Heidegger as a phenomenologist.--Fisher, A. Marriage, parenthood and life in community.--Straus, E. The monads have windows.--Küng, G. Das Noema als reelles Moment.--Boehm, R. Eine Tragödie.--Ballard, E. "Alms for Oblivian."--Sokolowski, R. Truth within phenomenological speech.--Mayer, J. The Phenomenology of speaking.--Stein, W. Symphilosophizing in an ethics class.--Mays, W. Phenomenological aspects of probability.