IDENTITY, ALTERITY, AND ETHICS IN THE WORK OF HUSSERL AND HIS RELIGIOUS STUDENTS: STEIN AND LEVINAS

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					IDENTITY, ALTERITY, AND ETHICS IN THE WORK OF HUSSERL AND HIS RELIGIOU
Curtis Hutt
Philosophy Today; Spring 2
				
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Description: [...] after briefly reviewing Husserl's attempts to solve the puzzle of the relationship between the self and other F's in the constitution of the we, I will turn to Stein's solution originally presented in her dissertation On the Problem of Empathy and then crucially in some of the arguments she interjected into Husserl's own unpublished Ideas II. 9 Husserl's criticisms of Stein's theory will subsequently be taken into account. [...] I will compare their positions to those of Husserl.\n In the Kaizo papers, Husserl frequently disparages the languor of individual wills.
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