Central and East European
Society for Phenomenology

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Abstract

The authors expound on early phenomenology in Prague in two steps. The first step concerns Prague as a central location for the teaching of Brentanian philosophy as it was represented by its orthodox followers (especially Anton Marty), but also by heterodox students of Brentano (especially Christian von Ehrenfels). The second step concerns Marty's reception of Edmund Husserl's Logical Investigations, particularly as this involves the controversy regarding the theory of the immanent object.

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Published in:

Płotka Witold, Eldridge Patrick (2020). Early phenomenology in Central and Eastern Europe: main figures, ideas, and problems, Springer, Dordrecht.

Pages: 17-34

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-39623-7_2

Full citation:

Janoušek Hynek, Rollinger Robin (2020). Early phenomenology in Prague, in W. Płotka & P. Eldridge (eds.), Early phenomenology in Central and Eastern Europe, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 17-34.