The present translation is based on the German original, which has been edited by Professor S. Strasser and published. in Husse1'- liana-Edmund H usserl, Gesammelte We1'ke. A uj Grund des N ach- lasses ve1'ojjentlicht vom Husse1'l-Archiv (Louvain) unlet' Leitung vonH. L. Van Breda, vol. I (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1950), pages 3-39. Both my translation of the Paris Lectures and the Introductory Essay had been completed before the appearance of two sub- stantial scholarly achievements: Dorion Cairns' faithful trans- lation of Husserl's difficult Cartesianische Meditationen and Herbert Spiegelberg's detailed and comprehensive two-volume work, The Phenomenological Movement. I have since collated most carefully Professor Cairns' translation with my own in those passages which are similar in the German of the Carte- sianische Meditationen and the Pariser Vorlriige. As a result I was able to make several useful changes. Also, I have incorporated some material which had been unavailable to me prior to the publication of Professor Spiegelberg's work. However, I did not have the benefit of Dorion Cairns' Guide /0'1' Reading Busserl, which, at this writing, is not yet available in print.
I would like to express my gratitude to the publishers as well as to Dr. Herman Leo Van Breda, Rudolf Boehm, and to the Husserl Archives for their patience, encouragement, help, and suggestions. San Jose, California. P. K. August, 1961 CONTENTS Preface...v ...INTRODUCTORY ESSAY...* ...* ...* ...IX A. Husserl's Philosophical Position...IX . . 1. Introduction...IX ...2. Premises...XII ...3. HusserI's Program...XVI ...
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