4. Husserl and Von Helmholtz — and the possibility of a trans disciplinary communal task

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The laws of thought, after all, are the same for the scientist as for the philosopher.Hermann von Helmholtz (1971:369) We put out of action the general positing which belongs to the essence of the natural attitude…. The epoché in question here is not to be mistaken for the one which positivism requires… It is not now a matter of excluding all prejudices that cloud the pure objectivity of research, not a matter of constituting a science ‘free of theories’, ‘free of metaphysics’ … [T]he interest governing these meditations concerns a new eidetics …Edmund Husserl (1983:61, 62, 63)


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