between ideal conditions of cognition and temporally individuated acts of thinking

A crucial element of Husserl’s early work in the Philosophy of Arithmetic is his critique of psychologism; it is this critique that is continued in his Logical Investigations and which sets the stage for

– the emancipation of the formal-logical objects and laws from psychological determinations, as was the then-current view.

– However, this liberation was not Husserl’s ultimate goal, but merely the preparatory work for understanding

the connection between pure logic and concrete (psychical, or rather phenomenological) processes of thinking, between ideal conditions of cognition and temporally individuated acts of thinking.

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