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* Edmund Husserl ( 1859 – 1938 ) established phenomenology at first as a kind of " descriptive psychology " and later as a transcendental and eidetic science of consciousness.
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Edmund and Husserl
Edmund Husserl ( 1962, 2000 ) wrote extensively about categorial systems as part of his phenomenology.
This approach was first proposed by the philosopher Edmund Husserl, and later elaborated by other philosophers and scientists.
Influenced by the views of Brentano's pupil Alexius Meinong, and by Edmund Husserl, Germanophone and Francophone philosophy took a different direction regarding the question of existence.
Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl (; April 8, 1859, Proßnitz, Moravia, Austrian Empire – April 26, 1938, Freiburg, Germany ) was a philosopher and mathematician and the founder of the 20th century philosophical school of phenomenology.
On May 4, 1933, Professor Edmund Husserl addressed the recent regime change in Germany and its consequences:
Edmund and 1859
Although studying an array of subjects at the school, Foucault's particular interest was soon drawn to philosophy, reading not only the works of Hegel and Marx that he had been exposed to by Hyppolite but also studying the writings of the philosophers Immanuel Kant ( 1724 – 1804 ), Edmund Husserl ( 1859 – 1938 ) and most significantly, Martin Heidegger ( 1889 – 1976 ).
Phenomenology began at the start of the 20th century with the descriptive psychology of Franz Brentano ( 1838 – 1917 ), and then the transcendental phenomenology of Edmund Husserl ( 1859 – 1938 ).
As vice principal of the theological college at Cuddesdon ( 1854 – 1859 ) he wielded considerable influence, and, on returning to Oxford as vice-principal of St Edmund Hall, became a force among the undergraduates, exercising his influence in opposition to the liberal reaction against Tractarianism, which had set in after John Henry Newman's conversion to Catholicism in 1845.
Richard Edmund Meredith, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, and Frederick Walsingham Meredith ( 1859 – 1924 ), President of the Law Society of Ireland.
Charles and Hannah had 13 children: Charles ( 1838 – 1903 ), Frederick ( 1839 – 1905, married Anne Jane Sutcliffe ), Elizabeth ( 1840 – 1912, married Thomas Boyes ), Henry ( 1842 – 1866 ), Ellen ( 1844 – 1845 ), Edward ( 1845 – 1845 ), Walter ( 1846 – 1911 ), Thirza Ann ( 1849 – 1929, married Robert William Skilton ), Edmund ( 1851 – 1923, married Annie Morris ), Emily ( 1853 – 1923 ), Jessie ( 1855 – 1904 ), Arthur William ( 1857 – 1946, married Eliza Jane Wilson ), and Horace ( 1859 – 1867 ).
In 1894 Perry had achieved another success when her Impressionist paintings were exhibited in Boston at the St. Botolph Club with other artists including Edmund C. Tarbell ( 1862 – 1938 ), Phillip Leslie Hale ( 1865 – 1931 ), Theodore Wendel ( 1859 – 1932 ), Frederick Porter Vinton ( 1846 – 1911 ), and Dawson Dawson-Watson.
Edmund Deberry ( 14 August 1787 – 12 December 1859 ) was a U. S. Congressman from North Carolina, from 1829 to 1831, from 1833 to 1845 and from 1849 to 1851.
* Henry Cruger Van Schaack, Henry Cruger: the Colleague of Edmund Burke in the British Parliament ; a Paper Read before the New-York Historical Society, January 4, 1859 ( New York: C. B. Richardson, 1859 ).
He was the second child of Edmund Sheppard, an Englishman who had gone to Australia in 1859, and his wife Mary Grace Murray ; the couple had married in 1860.
Also interred in the churchyard are the remains of Colonel Gibbes ' wife, Elizabeth, his son Augustus Gibbes ( Yarralumla's proprietor from 1859 to 1881 ), his grandson Henry Edmund Gibbes, and his great-grandson, the Australian air ace Bobby Gibbes, DSO, DFC and bar — as well as St Christopher Battye and members of the pioneering Guise, Shumack and Campbell families.