Edmund Husserl’s Die Krisis der europäischen Wissenschaften und die transcendentale Phänomenologie

  title={Edmund Husserl’s Die Krisis der europ{\"a}ischen Wissenschaften und die transcendentale Ph{\"a}nomenologie},
  author={Jan Pato{\vc}ka},
This paper is Jan Patocka’s review of the first version of Husserl’s Krisis, as published in the journal Philosophia I (Belgradi 1936), the organ of The International Society for Philosophy (Internationale Gesellschaft fur Philosophie), established in 1935 by the former president of Germany’s Kant Society, Arthur Liebert. Liebert emigrated from Berlin to escape the political oppression of the Nazi regime, and became professor at the University in Beograd. The text in Philosophia I is the… 
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