Ludwig Landgrebe

Ignacio Quepons, Noé Expósito Ropero

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Abstract

Ludwig Landgrebe was born on March 9, 1902, in Vienna, Austria. After obtaining his Matura in 1921, he studied Philosophy, Geography, and History at the University of Vienna for three semesters. In 1933, Landgrebe finally obtained the approval to present the habilitation, although since Kraus was a harsh critic of Husserl, he had asked Landgrebe to write on a different topic. By 1934, Landgrebe had accordingly produced a new text with the title The Nominative Function and Linguistic Meaning, a study on Anton Marty, while the original project remained unpublished until 2010. The progressive development of Landgrebe’s reflections goes on to consider the relation between self-motivated movement, history, and individuation through the notion of teleology. Moreover, the main insight of Landgrebe’s interpretation of Marx consists in analyzing the core notions of the latter’s reflections on nature and culture in terms of Husserl’s genetic phenomenology.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy
PublisherRoutledge
Pages543-548
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2020

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