Introduction: Edmund Husserl: The Radical Reduction to the Living Present As the Fully Enacted Transcendental Reduction
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The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy
When Edmund Husserl retired in 1928, ceding his chair at the University of Freiburg to his successor Martin Heidegger, he again began working intensively on synthesizing his philosophical efforts into a new “system of phenomenology.” This new presentation could, hopefully, displace his earlier presentation of 1913 in the Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy, Book I, a work with which he had become dissatisfied in the meantime.
Luft, Sebastian, "Introduction: Edmund Husserl: The Radical Reduction to the Living Present As the Fully Enacted Transcendental Reduction" (2005). Philosophy Faculty Research and Publications. 198.