I just started reading Husserl's ideas 1 and looking for a good lecture series to follow along with. Willing to pay, but would prefer a free resource on YouTube or the like. Also open to other recommendations of online material on this book, doesn't have to be a close chapter-by-chapter reading or anything.

Thank you!

  • Obviously one easy approach is just ask some video search engines most of which certainly have reasonable academic and practical ranking algos to guide you. Generally speaking Husserl's bracket ideas are very different from others, say Heidegger's hermeneutic interpretative ideas. Thus anything with a bracket sign may help to inspire you understand Husserl's phenomenology in various deeper, broader and perhaps unexpected ways... Jun 10, 2022 at 20:04


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