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CANELA MORALES, Luis Alberto. La Philosophie der Arithmetik, de Edmund Husserl: sobre la fundamentación de la aritmética, del concepto de número al concepto de espacio. Valenciana [online]. 2013, vol.6, n.11, pp.121-136. ISSN 2007-2538.

The first bookpublished by Edmund Husserl, Philosophy of Arithmetic, contains a series of theses that the founder of phenomenology developed, in detail, in later texts, e.g Logical Investigations and Formal and Transcendental logic. This suggests that the analysis of the concept of number that Husserl undertake in this first work, implies an investigation that is covered with concepts "pre-pheno-menological" among which is the concept of perception. Similarly, Philosophy of Arithmetic is presented as one of the first attempts to think philosophically Husserlian problems of science, which, the text in question takes on a fundamental value that this work making explicit.

Keywords : space; phenomenology; Husserl; arithmetic; multiplicity.

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