Definition of Husserl, Edmund in English:

Husserl, Edmund

proper noun

  • (1859–1938), German philosopher; full name Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl. His work forms the basis of the school of phenomenology; he rejected metaphysical assumptions about what actually exists, and explanations of why it exists, in favour of pure subjective consciousness as the condition for all experience, with the world as the object of this consciousness.


Husserl, Edmund

/ˈhʊsəːl/ /ˈhʊsɐl/