Review of Metaphysics 36 (2):464-465 (1982)

Corliss G. Swain
St. Olaf College
Central to Husserl's investigation of the foundations of logic is the notion of the identity of the judgment. Every theoretical enterprise, including logic, presupposes that its judgments are stable and enduring acquisitions which can be understood in the same sense by anyone at any time. In order fully to understand logic and its foundational role for all the other sciences Husserl believed it necessary to examine how this sense of the identical judgment is constituted. It is within this context that Moneta carries out her study of identity. The results she arrives at are significant for Husserl's investigation of logic and also for his theory of perception.
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