Logical Investigations. Edmund Husserl, J. N., Findlay.

Logical Investigations

London: Routledge & Kegan Paul (1970), 1970. First edition thus. Hardcover. 8vo. Two volumes: xvii [xviii], 432, 11 (publisher's catalogue), [1], pp.; xvii [xviii], [2], 435-877, [3], 11 (publisher's catalogue), [1], pp. Bound in red cloth with gold lettering on the spine. £10.50 net ( £10 10s the set) on front flap of each dust jacket. First edition in English. Husserl is generally regarded as the principal founder of phenomenology and one of its leading and most influential proponents. Logical Investigations is Husserl's first phenomenological work, abandoning the psychologism of his earlier works at least in part due to criticisms from Gottlob Frege (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Oxford Companion to Philosophy). A handsome set of one of Husserl's most important and influential works. Very near Fine / very near Fine. Item #00008073

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