Husserl, Edmund (1859–1938)

Edmund Husserl, a German philosopher, was the founder of the phenomenological tradition. He studied mathematics, science, and philosophy in Leipzig, Berlin, and Vienna. In Vienna (1881–1882) he studied with Franz Brentano, who inspired him to establish the ...

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