Founded in 1912 by Edmund Husserl, the Jahrbuch was a key conduit in the development and dissemination of phenomenological thought. It provided a common platform to the different currents of early phenomenology (Husserl, Münich phenomenology, Heidegger, etc.) and contains the first published versions of major phenomenological texts such as Ideen I or Sein und Zeit.
EinleitungVol. 1/2Adolf Bernhard Philipp Reinach
VorwortVol. 1/1Edmund Husserl, Alexander Pfänder, Moritz Geiger, Max Scheler, Adolf Bernhard Philipp Reinach