This book is the first anthology to provide a wide-ranging picture of how phenomenology relates to language. It contains both in-depth studies on new aspects of language in Husserl's thought as well as original phenomenological research.
The work aims at presenting new in-depth research on core topics of Husserl's thinking related to language (e.g., meaning, sign, ideality) supplemented with a variety of original phenomenological reflections on pre-linguistic experience, concept-formation and the limitations of (verbal) expression. In doing so, it supplies us the first anthology that focuses on Husserl's thinking in relation to language.
Most of the contributions to this volume are based on research originally presented at the "Husserl Arbeitstage", which took place at the Husserl-Archives Leuven in November 2006. In addition, two other articles have been added in order to supplement the themes of the presentations.
Aspects of Language and Meaning in Husserl.- Das Rätsel des Ausdrucks.- An Unpleasant but Felicitous Ambiguity.- Husserl's Critique of Double Judgments.- Noematic Sinn.- Husserls typisierende Apperzeption und die Phänomenologie dynamischer Intentionalität.- Deiktische Ideationen.- Reflections on the Constitutive Role of Language for Experience and Thought.- Die Syntax der Erfahrung.- On the Origin of the "Language" of Formal Mathematics.- Denken ohne Sprache?.- "I don't have the Words".- Phenomenology and its Language.- Linguistic Phenomenology?.- La phénoménalisation et son expression.- The Necessity of Communicating Phenomenological Insights-and its Difficulties.- Introducing Terms.