The Crisis of Philosophy and the Meaning of the Sciences for Life

@article{Trizio2022TheCO,
  title={The Crisis of Philosophy and the Meaning of the Sciences for Life},
  author={Emiliano Trizio},
  journal={Husserl Studies},
  year={2022},
  volume={38},
  pages={313 - 334}
}
Despite the significant number of critical analyses devoted to the subject, the precise definition of the famed crisis-notion that lies at the heart of Husserl’s last work remains controversial. The aim of this article is to defend and expand the account of Husserl’s notion of the crisis of philosophy and of the resulting crisis of the European sciences that I have developed in a number of publications. This will be done by further exploring the notion of the meaningfulness of the sciences for… 

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