Husserl’s Idea of Rigorous Science and Its Relevance for the Human and Social Sciences

@inproceedings{Gelan2019HusserlsIO,
  title={Husserl’s Idea of Rigorous Science and Its Relevance for the Human and Social Sciences},
  author={Victor Eugen Gelan},
  year={2019}
}
The main aim of this paper is to show that the idea of rigorous science, elaborated by Edmund Husserl, makes a fundamental contribution to the understanding, clarification, and development of the idea of science in general, and especially to the structuring of the character of science itself for social and human sciences. The first step of my approach is to outline a general theoretical framework for discussing the thorny issues of methodology and epistemology in the social and human sciences… 

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