Intentionality and Transcendence: Closure and Openness in Husserl's Phenomenology

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2002 - Philosophy - 210 pages
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Marcia Henry and Sally Parsons have created a delightful journey through the alphabet. Marcia s fun loving and appealing verse coupled with Sally s detailed artistic depiction of life on Madeline will captivate young and old as they travel through this familiar sequence. The book promotes literacy for youngsters, historical background for the older reader, and sheer pleasure for all. Carol Sowl, teacher, La Pointe SchoolSupported by a grant from the La Pointe Center, which is funded by the people of Madeline Island, the Wisconsin Arts Board, and the State of Wisconsin Full-color illustrations throughout
Recommended for children ages 2 to 9
Madeline Island ABC Book contains:
ABC verses and illustrationsA brief history of Madeline IslandAn ABC Island Treasure HuntAn Alphabet Search at the Madeline Island Historical Museum"
 

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Contents

Husserls Problem
3
Abstractive Exclusion as a Procedure of Enclosure
21
Examination and Critique of the Reduction
49
The Transcendental Reduction
57
Reorienting the Problem
81
The Constitution and Status of the Real Object
93
The Immanent Object Primal Constitution of Identity
131
Derrida and NonPhenomenologically Reducible
171
Immanence as Absolute Subjectivity
181
Bibliography
199
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Damian Byers is a fellow in the department of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, Australia.

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