Primo Victoria对《The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl》的笔记(3)

The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl
  • 书名: The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl
  • 作者: J. N. Mohanty
  • 副标题: A Historical Development
  • 页数: 464
  • 出版社: Yale University Press
  • 出版年: 2008-6-17
  • 第5页 算术哲学 并联
    One may distinguish between various kinds of combination. One kind of combinatipn may be called "continuous combination," which is exemplified in the totality of points on a line or of moments in a stretch of time. A totality whose constituent contents are combined in this manner is a continuum. A second kind of combination, different from the above, is the way a spatial extension is combined with a color, or a color with a certain intensity. Brentano calls this kind of combination "metaphysical."
    引自 算术哲学 并联
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  • 第8页
    Husserl now wants to say that the number concepts are abstracted from a collective totality. By saying this, he means the following process.20 The given collective totality consists of several determinate contents. In order to abstract the number concept from it, we do not consider those contents as such-andsuch determinate contents. Our interest focuses upon their collective combination, while the given contents are thought of as any contents, that is to say, each one as some one. What we then have is "some one, some one, some one." We then have a determinate number concept. Each given concrete totality will fall under one and only one determinate number concept.
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  • 第63页 心理主义



    Many authors have attempted a taxonomy of the various kinds of psychologism. Without recalling these attempts, I want to distinguish between naturalistic psychologism and transcendental psychologism. In the Prolegomena, Husserl uses "psychologism" for the former. Naturalism, which underlies naturalistic psychologism, is a metaphysical thesis which regards the world as consisting only of individual things which are proper subject matters of the natural sciences, and the psychology based on such a theory as one which undertakes the task of enquiring into causal relations amongst mental contents and physical entities. Naturalistic psychologism takes all logical laws as based upon the principles discovered by naturalistic psychology. Frege and Hussed reject such a thesis - not psychological theories of any brand per se, but the claim that such psychological theories can provide the foundation for logic and mathematics.
    引自 心理主义
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