Mission and Overview
The goal of Husserl.net is to make Husserl's thought more accessible by providing free resources and scholarly tools. These tools include: a searchable database of keywords, a database of Husserl's writings and Husserl scholarship, and a concept-database. All these features interconnect. For example, you can link from a keyword search which yields hits for "Logical Investigations" to that book page, information on the year it was published, etc. Or you can read about the concept of time (zeit) in Husserl, and from there link to books and articles which discuss this concept.
Open Content Philosophy
Husserl.net is based on the open-content philosophy (compare the Wikipedia). The idea is that users with knowledge of Husserl's philosophy will contribute content, which is then made freely available. Other users can then edit this content and add content of their own. In this way the site is meant to facilitate the evolution of increasingly accurate and comprehensive information about Husserl's philosophy.
Designed and created by Jeff Yoshimi. Implementation and maintanance provided by Ioan Muntean (php, sql, html). Icons designed by David Fleischmann. Graphics suggestions provided by Pippin Schupbach, Patrick Reagh, Elizabeth Reagh, and my parents (Toshi and Kathy Yoshimi). Web hosting and technical support provided by Matthew Lloyd. Special thanks to Mason Withers, Elle Reagh, Shinji Hamazu, and the Japanese Husserl Database team.
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