Edmund Husserl on Our Layers of Consciousness

How we interact with the objective world is a deeply subjective individual experience

Few philosophers can be said to have founded a new branch of philosophy. The Moravian philosopher Edmund Husserl (1859–1938) is one. He is the founder of phenomenology, which is exactly what it sounds like: the study of phenomena. In Husserl’s…

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Philosophy is a way of life and the unphilosophical life in not worth living.

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Douglas Giles, PhD

Douglas Giles, PhD

Philosophy professor reaching beyond the ivory tower and digging deeper. elmhurst.academia.edu/DouglasGiles, @DGilesPhd, InsertPhilosophyHere.com.

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