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Edmund Husserl. The Paris Lectures, 1964

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Dealer note: L' "Introductory Essay est de P. Koestenbaum" Entre les pages du livre : 1) Lettre de Martinus Nijhoff datée du 1er avril 1965 adressée à la rédaction de "Les Études philosophiques" demandant de faire un compte-rendu de l'ouvrage joint ; 2) Recension (1 feuillet ronéotypé) de Derrida dont voici la transcription [la recension d'un autre ouvrage paru chez Nijhoff la précède cf. transcription 1.1.7.18] : "Edmund Husserl, The Paris Lectures traduction anglaise et introduction par Peter Koestenbaum. M. Nijhoff, La Haye, 1964, LXXV1 et 39 pages. 13,25 florins. C'est pour les mêmes raisons que nous signalons cette traduction des Pariser Vorträge, publiés dans leur texte original par la Dr Strasser dans le premier tome des Husserliana. Il s'agit des deux conférences prononcées en allemand , à la Sorbonne, les 23 et 25 février 1929 sous le titre "Introduction à la phénoménologie transcendantale". On sait que ces conférences furent répétées, avec quelques modifications, à Strasbourg. Elles sont le noyau autor duquel grossirent les Méditations cartésiennes, qui furent d'abord accessibles dans la traduction française de Melle. Pfeiffer et de E. Levinas." La lettre et le compte rendu ont été mis dans une enveloppe et déposés dans la "Correspondance" le 10 mars 2010.

Arrangement

Arranged in order of shelfmarks as as inventoried in 2011.

The suffix "(M)" indicates items accessed from the Mezzanine.

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La Haye (Pays-Bas): Martinus Nijhoff

Collection History

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Processed based on dealer data using a database and XQuery workflow by Regine Heberlein and Donald Thornbury. Data entry and other invaluable assistance provided by Nick Williams '15 and Donald Thermesi.

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Credit this material:

Edmund Husserl. The Paris Lectures; The Library of Jacques Derrida, Studio Series, RBD1, Rare Book Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library

Location:
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Princeton, NJ 08544, USA
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Storage Note:
  • ReCAP (rcpxr): Box 195

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The bulk of Jacques Derrida's papers, including his student work, documents relating to his teaching, publications, and conference activities, and audio and video recordings are housed at the University of California Irvine as part of the Critical Theory Archive. For the online finding aid to the Jacques Derrida Papers at Irvine, click here.

A duplicate set of the manuscripts housed at Irvine is available under the collection name Fonds Jacques Derrida at the Institut mémoires de l'édition contemporaine. For the online finding aid at IMEC, click here.

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Separated Materials

At the time of acquisition, inserted material had been systematically removed from a subset of volumes and placed in a number of subject-based boxes and envelopes. Notes received by PUL from the dealer reflect this and are quoted in this finding aid in the interest of making the history of the collection's custodial interventions fully transparent.

All separated insertions received by PUL were re-inserted upon receipt of the collection in an effort to preserve archival context and service the collection as close as possible to its working state.

A small number of separated insertions were not received by PUL and are so identified in the finding aid.