Edmund Husserl Quote

For a mind not previously versed in the meaning and right use of the various kinds of words, to attempt the study of methods of philosophizing, would be as if some one should attempt to become an astronomical observer, having never learnt to adjust the focal distance of his optical instruments so as to see distinctly.


Logical Investigations (1900)

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For a mind not previously versed in the meaning and right use of the various kinds of words, to attempt the study of methods of philosophizing, would ...

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For a mind not previously versed in the meaning and right use of the various kinds of words, to attempt the study of methods of philosophizing, would ...

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For a mind not previously versed in the meaning and right use of the various kinds of words, to attempt the study of methods of philosophizing, would ...

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For a mind not previously versed in the meaning and right use of the various kinds of words, to attempt the study of methods of philosophizing, would ...