Bolzano and Phenomenology

Bolzano’s invention of "pure logic" in his Theory of Science laid the foundation for Husserl’s establishment of phenomenology, because Husserl also established a "guidance of pure logic" in Logical Investigations. However, in Husserl’s opinion, "pure logic" is only a ne...

Full description

Saved in:  
Bibliographic Details
Published in:Cultural and religious studies
Authors: Wang, Yixuan ; Wang, Ce
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
Check availability: HBZ Gateway
Journals Online & Print:
Drawer...
Published: David Publishing Company 2022
In: Cultural and religious studies
Further subjects:B Husserl
B Phenomenology
B Bolzano
Online Access: Volltext (lizenzpflichtig)
Volltext (lizenzpflichtig)
Description
Summary:Bolzano’s invention of "pure logic" in his Theory of Science laid the foundation for Husserl’s establishment of phenomenology, because Husserl also established a "guidance of pure logic" in Logical Investigations. However, in Husserl’s opinion, "pure logic" is only a necessary thing before the establishment of phenomenology; it is not the last thing in human thought, as well as it is not a core idea of "pure consciousness". Therefore, Bolzano’s logical concept only promoted Husserl to a "primary phenomenology", which was only the preparation and entrance of this phenomenological philosophy.
ISSN:2328-2177
Contains:Enthalten in: Cultural and religious studies
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.17265/2328-2177/2022.02.003