01.15.09 Phenomenology Notes

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Phenomenology Notes 01/15/09 Husserl on Science 1. Philosophy of Arithmetic (1871) 2. Philosophy and Science (1917) Ideas II 2.1. never published during his lifetime 2.2. had the framework 2.3. put together by his assistant 3. Crisis 1935 (of science and philosophy and its relationship to science) 1. Husserl (Phil of Arithmetic) 1.1. thinks we should ground the real number system 1.2. science must understand the tools it is using to be called a science 1.3. must know how you know an object, not just know an object 1.4. finished his pH D is calculus he undergoes a change a) met brenthanno? Says that science can not really ground itself Husserl is convinced you cannot ground you own science, you need a more philosophical view to ground a field says mathematics need philosophical help 1.5. Says mathematicians cannot clarify their own structure 1.6. Needs to be a theoretical approach to the question at hand a) chapter one b) “On the Concept of Nature” from: Habilitation (1888) first and second thesis required if accepted you had the right to teach Husserl was able to lecture at Hallah in 1890's 1.7. Mathematics must be clear what it means by number
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