Adolf Reinach

[Revised entry by James DuBois and Barry Smith on June 6, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] Adolf Reinach was a leading representative of the so-called realist tradition within phenomenology who has
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[Revised entry by James DuBois and Barry Smith on June 6, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] Adolf Reinach was a leading representative of the so-called realist tradition within phenomenology who has been described as Husserl's "first real co-worker in the development of the phenomenological movement" (Willard 1969, p. 194). Although his life was tragically cut short, and his corpus of writings modest in size, Reinach's essays on general ontology, on the philosophy of...

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