Tito defines the relationship between the formal structure of Husserlian logic and experience.
Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction 1. The Idea of Logic Contained in the History of Thought and the Projection of this Idea to its "Limit" 2. That, and in What Way, the Judgment is Depedent upon Experience: The Need for a Theory of Experience in any Theory of Judgment 3. What Kant's Transcendentalism Missed: Life 4. The Pure Transcendental Ego, Ground of Logic and of Life: Where Psychology and Phenomenology Meet 5. Reconciliation of Husserl's Characterization of Phenomenology as a Philosophy of Essences and as a Teleological-Historical Discipline: An Answer to a Hermeneutic Critique of Phenomenology 6. The Problem of the Other: A Resolution of Transcendental Solipsism 7. Frege and Husserl: A Deepening of the Standard Noema-Sinn Comparison by Means of a Transcendental Perspective Epilogue Notes Bibliography Index
JOHANNA MARIA TITO is president of the Brock University Philosophy Society.
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