THE PRESUPPOSITIONS OF EDMUND HUSSERL'S 'LOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS'
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In the 'Logical Investigations' Husserl claims that language and experience are structurally connected. But descriptions and reasons justifying this claim are not sufficient. For Husserl linguistic meanings are in fact the guidance for his descriptions of acts of cognition. The structural similarity of language and experience is therefore presupposed.
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