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Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938

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Personal name headingHusserl, Edmund, 1859-1938
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Variant(s)Hu-sai-erh, 1859-1938
Gusserlʹ, Ėdmund, 1859-1938
Huserl, E., 1859-1938
Khuserl, 1859-1938
Husserl, E. (Edmund), 1859-1938
Huserl, Edmund, 1859-1938
Hūsirl, Idmūnd, 1859-1938
הוסרל, אדמונד, 1859־1938
胡塞尔, E, 1859-1938
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Associated placeHalle an der Saale (Germany)
Göttingen (Germany)
Birth date1859-04-08
Death date1938-04-27
Place of birthProstějov (Czech Republic)
Place of deathFreiburg im Breisgau (Germany)
Field of activityPhenomenology
Profession or occupationPhilosophers Philosophy teachers
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Found inLapp, A. Die Wahrheit ..., 1913: t.p. (Husserl)
Stoi︠a︡nov, Z. Krizata na burzhoaznata filosofii︠a︡ i fenomenologii︠a︡ta, 1981: t.p. (Khuserl) p. 3 (E. Huserl)
Contributions à la théorie du calcul des variations, 1983: t.p. (E. Husserl) p. 8 (Edmund Husserl) p. 2 (b. 1859, in Austria-Hungary, d. 1938)
Mićić, Z. Fenomenologija Edmunda Huserla, 1988.
Ismāʻīl, Q. al-Jadhrīyah fī ẓāhirīyāt Hūsirl, 1985: t.p. (Hūsril) introd. (Idmūnd Hūsirl)
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy website, July 30, 2021 (Edmund Husserl; born April 8, 1859 in Prossnitz, Moravia, Austrian Empire; died April 27, 1938 in Freiburg, Germany; philosopher who established the school of phenomenology; private lecturer in philosophy at Halle; professor of philosophy at Göttingen from 1901, then at Freiburg from 1916 until retirement in 1928)
   <> website, July 30, 2021: (Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl; German philosopher; the founder of phenomenological philosophy; born 1859 in Prossnitz, Moravia (then part of Austria); died 1938; source: Encyclopaedia Judaica)
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