International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

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Preparatory considerations

Edmund Husserl(Humboldt University of Berlin)

pp. 18-47


The word logos, from which the name logic is derived, has a great many significations, which, by easily understood metaphors, arose from the more original significations of λέγειν — namely: "to lay together", "to set forth", and then, to set forth by means of the word, by means of speech.

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Husserl Edmund (1969). Formal and transcendental logic, transl. D. Cairns, Nijhoff, Den Haag.

Pages: 18-47

DOI: 10.1007/978-94-010-1111-2_2

Full citation:

Husserl Edmund (1969). Preparatory considerations, in Formal and transcendental logic, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 18-47.