Since it’s Friday, I have a confession — I’ve never studied Husserl in any depth. This summer, I would like to remedy this gaping hole in my knowledge. Two points:
- I have the impression that reading Ideas I, Cartesian Meditations, and Crisis of the European Sciences is sufficient to give me a good base. Is this correct?
- I’d like to read two or three good secondaries — and my preference would be to start with “pure” secondaries rather than another great philosopher’s daring reinterpretation, etc. Any recommendations?
Thank you for your consideration.