Antonio Calcagno, Ronny Miron

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This introductory essay frames the relationship between the philosophers Hedwig Conrad-Martius and Edith Stein. Both phenomenologists were important figures in the early Phenomenological Movement. Their unique studies can be read not only as an engaged dialogue about questions, ideas, and arguments of mutual interest, for example, the nature of being and reality, but also as offering their own unique interpretations of what phenomenology studies and uncovers in its research. Engaging their teachers and colleagues like Edmund Husserl, Theodor Lipps, and Adolf Reinach, the two thinkers develop mutually intersecting but also divergent views of what phenomenology is, methodologically and philosophically.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWomen in the History of Philosophy and Sciences
PublisherSpringer Nature
Number of pages12
StatePublished - 2022

Publication series

NameWomen in the History of Philosophy and Sciences
ISSN (Print)2523-8760
ISSN (Electronic)2523-8779

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  • Being
  • Biography
  • Edith Stein
  • Edmund Husserl
  • Hedwig Conrad-Martius
  • Metaphysics
  • Phenomenology
  • Reality


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