(1859-1938). Philosopher; known as the "father" of phenomenology. Husserl proposed that the world of objects and ways in which we perceive objects is normally conceived of in what he called the "natural attitude," which is characterized by a belief that objects materially exist and exhibit properties that we see as emanating from them. Husserl proposed a radical new, phenomenological, way of looking at objects by examining how we, in our many ways of being intentionally directed toward them, actually "constitute" them. (from Wikipedia)
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