The exhibit, organized in collaboration with the Husserl Archives, Leuven, celebrates Husserl's philosophy and seeks to familiarize the Dartmouth community with his legacy.
Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) envisaged phenomenology as a task to be undertaken through the collaborative work of a community of thinkers. He considered philosophers to be the 'functionaries of mankind': those whose responsibility was to reflect on thought itself—be it everyday, scientific, or philosophical. This exhibit, organized in collaboration with the Husserl Archives, Leuven, Belgium, celebrates Husserl's philosophy and seeks to familiarize the Dartmouth community with his work and important legacy. The exhibit is offered in conjunction with the 45th Annual Meeting of the Husserl Circle, to be held at Dartmouth on May 28-31, 2014.
Curated by Smaranda Aldea and sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Libraries. Exhibit & poster design: Dennis Grady, Library Education & Outreach. Thanks to Bill Fontaine, Philosophy & Religion Reference Bibliographer.
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