Recensione a: Edmund Husserl, La crisi delle scienze europee

Alessandro Volpe


Husserl’s “The Crisis of European Sciences and the Transcendental Phenomenology” is more than a simple philosophical treatise. This XX Century’s classic can be read as the German philosopher’s spiritual testament. The present review briefly illustrates the genesis and main topics of the work: the criticism of objectivism, the sciences’ horizon of meaning, the identity and destiny of Europe, the phenomenological method.


Edmund Husserl; Crisis; Europe; Sciences; Phenomenology

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