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Edmund Husserl and Eugen Fink
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Yale Studies in Hermeneutics

Edmund Husserl and Eugen Fink

Beginnings and Ends in Phenomenology, 1928–1938

  • Ronald Bruzina
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Reviews

“[A] monumental work of historical reconstruction and philosophical reflection…[Bruzina] construct[s] a much richer tale, as dramatic in human terms as it is fruitful philosophically. … [A] remarkable excavation of a chapter in the early history of phenomenology…” - Steven Crowell, The Times Literary Supplement

"This book constitutes a watershed in our understanding of the phenomenological movement, and should become a basic reference work for all workers in the field."—Theodore Kisiel, Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy, Northern Illinois University

“Even many who consider themselves phenomenologists will not be aware of much that is in this book. Bruzina’s writing is clear and elegant, and he surely deserves to be richly congratulated for having produced a masterly work. Highly recommended.”—Choice

"Anyone who has a serious interest in the phenomenological movement will certainly find Edmund Husserl and Eugen Fink well worth reading."—Christopher Adair-Toteff, British Journal for the History of Philosophy

"A very important book for the phenomenological movement."—Amedeo Giorgi, Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

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