The universal as "what is in common"
comments on the proton-pseudos in Husserl's doctrine of the intuition of essence
Referring to the captious expressions ""mental' object" and ""immanent' object" in §90 of Ideas I, Husserl says: "Here denominations already evince interpretations, and often quite false ones."1 In what follows, I would like to show that denominations also evince false, and sometimes even "quite false" interpretations especially concerning the discourse of "the universal" (das Allgemeine).
Ierna Carlo, Jacobs Hanne, Mattens Filip (2010). Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences: Essays in commemoration of Edmund Husserl, Springer, Dordrecht.
Sowa Rochus (2010). The universal as "what is in common": comments on the proton-pseudos in Husserl's doctrine of the intuition of essence, in C. Ierna, H. Jacobs & F. Mattens (eds.), Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 525-557.