Berry and Eipucurus, Principal Doctrines, #21

August 23, 2013 bob.sandmeyer@gmail.com EpicurusWendel Berry

“He who understands the limit of life knows how easy it is to procure enough to remove the pain of want and make the whole of life complete and perfect.”(Epicurus, Principal Doctrines, #21) An idea struck me as I was reading Epicurus. This quote from Epicurus’ Principal Doctrines, “He who understands the limit of life […]

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Husserl Page Revisions

August 7, 2013 bob.sandmeyer@gmail.com Husserl

I’ve begun working on revisions to The Husserl Page (http://www.husserlpage.com).  It’s a Sisyphusian task, but you must imagine me happy at it.  Normally, I won’t comment on these changes. But I’ve recently found a treasure trove of links to Husserl’s works online in the original German. In my experience, these sorts of things have a limited […]

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Husserl’s Fifth Cartesian Meditation, Paragraph 42

August 1, 2013 bob.sandmeyer@gmail.com Husserl

Husserl raises in paragraph 42, the lead section of the Fifth Cartesian Meditation, the objection that the method of phenomenological epoché reduces the meditating I to a solus ipse. We have to admit, he reminds us, that “the transcendental reduction restricts me to the stream of my pure conscious experiences and the unities constituted by […]

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