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“Great Introduction. Cartesian Meditations makes one of the most influential twentieth century thinkers accessible.” By Keith Bridge
“A good introduction to Husserlian phenomenology.”
“This is one of Husserl’s many “introductions” to phenomenology and, thus, one of the best places to start if you are new to Husserl. In fact, if you have never read any Husserl before, but are interested in getting an introduction to his phenomenology, I would recommend starting… with this book.” By Brian C.
“An Excellent Introduction to Phenomenology.”
“This little book is an excellent introduction to Husserl’s phenomenology. He outlines his idea of the intentionality of consciousness via the “”transcendental ego””. If Sartre had paid more attention to this, his outlook wouldn’t have been so pessimistic.” By Randy LeJeune
“Based on lectures that Edmund Husserl delivered at the Sorbone in 1929, the Cartesian Meditations establish Husserl’s methodology of (transcendental) phenomenology, arguably his most important contribution to Western Philosophy.”
“This work is a must read for readers interested in the Continental European tradition of Philosophy, as it is it’s starting point in the 20th Century.” By Best Philosophy Books Dot Org