Frege, Husserl and the future of philosophy
The last decades of the nineteenth century brought with them excitement and turbulence in academic enquiry. A number of radically new ideas were emerging at the time, many of which would bring about new ways of doing science, of organising the university, and ultimately, in many cases, of perceiving the world. This revolutionary period would result in the formation of the academic discipline of psychology and the development of modern logic, among numerous other innovations.
Vrahimis, A. (2013). Frege, Husserl and the future of philosophy, in Encounters between analytic and continental philosophy, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 8-30.
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