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By Claire Ortiz Hill

Edmund Husserl's perspectives on good judgment, arithmetic, and semantics were both principally missed or inaccurately rendered by means of different philosophers. In Husserl or Frege?, Hill and Haddock holiday new floor in studying Husserl's principles with regards to these of Georg Cantor, author of set concept, analytic thinker Gottlob Frege, and mathematician David Hilbert. This choice of essays deals a clean and provocative replacement to modern mainstream philosophy of arithmetic, and covers key parts of war of words among Husserl, the father of phenomenology, and Frege, the founding father of analytic philosophy.

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It was a reasonably traditional didactic course, with little questioning or debate about what we were given to learn. Whilst enthusiastically devouring course lectures, knowing I was entering a profession where we felt we could make a difference, I also read philosophers such as Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Bouvoir in awe, without really understanding them. One reflection about those heady times concerns the grey-belted uniforms with starched white collars that we wore in hospital practicums, akin to our previous school uniforms.

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