PREFACE TO THE TRANSLATION OF EDITH STEIN’S ARTICLE “HUSSERL’S PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS. ATTEMPT OF COMPARISON”Journal: Horizon. Studies in Phenomenology (Vol.6, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2017-12-25
Authors : ALEXEI KRIOUKOV;
Page : 320-328
Keywords : Edith Stein; Husserl; phenomenology; phenomenological movement; catholic philosophy; Saint Thomas Aquinas.;
In the first part of the introductory article to the translation from German into Russian of the Edith Stein's work “Husserl's Phenomenology and the Philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas” is given a short biography of Edith Stein who has written her PhD thesis by Edmund Husserl in Göttingen then worked with him in Freiburg and who was one of the originators of the early phenomenological movement, collaborated with such phenomenologists as Dietrich von Hildebrand, Alexandre Koyré, Max Scheler, Hans Lipps, Martin Heidegger, and Roman Ingarden. In the second part of the introductory article the main theses and ideas of the translated work are presented in which Edith Stein tried to compare the seemingly uncompatible philosophies of Edmund Husserl and St.Thomas Aquinas.
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