Carl Stumpf

[Revised entry by Denis Fisette on February 2, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The name Carl Friedrich Stumpf (1848 - 1936) is historically associated with one of the most important
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[Revised entry by Denis Fisette on February 2, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The name Carl Friedrich Stumpf (1848 - 1936) is historically associated with one of the most important philosophical currents in the early twentieth century, phenomenology. Stumpf supervised Husserl's habilitation thesis in Halle in 1887 and the latter's seminal work on phenomenology, Logical Investigations (1900 - 1901), is dedicated to him in recognition of his friendship and his philosophical contribution to this book. Stumpf...

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