- Title Pages
- § 1 Science, Intentionality, and Historical Background
- § 2 The <i>Lebenswelt</i> in Husserl
- § 3 The Origin and Significance of Husserl's Notion of the <i>Lebenswelt</i>
- § 4 Husserl on the Origins of Geometry
- § 5 The <i>Crisis</i> as Philosophy of History
- § 6 Science, History, and Transcendental Subjectivity in Husserl's <i>Crisis</i>
- § 7 Universality and Spatial Form
- § 8 Husserl, History, and Consciousness
- § 9 Science, Philosophy, and the History of Knowledge: Husserl's Conception of a Life-World and Sellars's Manifest and Scientific Images
- § 10 On the Historicity of Scientific Knowledge: Ludwik Fleck, Gaston Bachelard, Edmund Husserl
- § 11 Foucault, Cavaillès, and Husserl on the Historical Epistemology of the Sciences
- § 12 Concepts, Facts, and Sedimentation in Experimental Science
- Works by Husserl
- General Bibliography
- Science and the Life-World
- Stanford University Press
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