Ziegler, Robert Hugo
The French philosopher Jean Cavaillès conceived a theory of science primarily concerned with the aspects of historicity and autonomy of the scientific development. Even though he criticized Husserl’s phenomenology in his last work, his method can, in its main features, be characterized as phenomenological. The idea of what may be called a transcendental theory of understanding presents itself in this light.
|Robert Hugo Ziegler: Jean Cavaillès: Wissenschaftstheorie\r\nund Phänomenologie||1|