Study Guide to Edith Stein's Philosophy of Psychology and the Humanities
Lebech, Mette (2004) Study Guide to Edith Stein's Philosophy of Psychology and the Humanities. Yearbook of the Irish Philosophical Society, 4 (ed. by M. Lebech, Maynooth). pp. 40-76.
Philosophy of Psychology and the Humanities1 was written just after Stein resigned from the post as Husserl's assistant in 1917. Her frustration with Husserl's working methods, and with certain aspects of Ideas II which she worked on as his assistant, contributed to her decision, as did her determination to give something of her own to philosophy. She set out to solve some of the problems she would have liked to see Husserl address in the constitution-analyses of Ideas II at a level more responsive to intersubjectivity
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