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This volume is chiefly composed of revised versions of essays presented and discussed at the research symposium of the same title held in Delray Beach, Florida, on May 7-9, 1993. The symposium was conducted under the sponsorship of the William F. Dietrich Eminent Scholar Chair in Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University and the Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, Inc. Several essays have been added, including the Husserl ineditum and its translation. The intention of the project was to attract even wider appreciation for this posthumous work by Husserl, especially since it has now been first translated into English by Andre Schuwer and Richard Rojcewicz. In manuscript form, the Ideas II was known to Martin Heidegger and Maurice Merleau-Ponty before Sein und Zeit (1927) and Phenomenologie de la perception (1945), as well to Edith Stein and Ludwig Landgrebe, of course, who worked on it as Husserl' s assistants. It was published in 1952 as Volume IV of the Husserliana series, and critical studies of that volume were written by Paul Ricoeur and Alfred Schutz. Now that there is an English translation, it is increasingly being taught in the United States along with the Ideas I.
Preface. Introduction. 1. Naturwissenschaftliche Psychologie, Geisteswissenschaft und Metaphysik (1919). Natural Scientific Psychology, Human Sciences, and Metaphysics (1919); E. Husserl. 2. Nature and Spirit; U. Melle. 3. Perception and Its Causes; G. Soffer. 4. Where is the Life-World? J.C. Evans. 5. `Essences and Experts': Husserl's View of the Foundation of the Sciences; T. Klein. 6. The Mythical and the Meaningless: Husserl and the Two Faces of Nature; S.G. Crowell. 7. Agent Intellect and Primal Sensibility; J.G. Hart. 8. Edmund Husserl's Contribution to Phenomenology of the Body in Ideas II; E.A. Behnke. 9. Husserlian Intentionality and Everyday Coping; K. Arp. 10. Advances Regarding Evaluation and Action in Husserl's Ideas II; L. Embree. 11. How is Empathy Related to Understanding? R.A. Makkreel. 12. Objectivity and Introjection in Ideas II; J. Scanlon. 13. Husserl's Theory of the Mental; T. Nenon. 14. The `Spiritual' World: The Personal, the Social, and the Communal; J.J. Drummond. Notes on Contributors. Index of Names. Index of Topics.