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Varga2016
 
 
 

senior research fellow, scientific director of the Archives of Philosophy in Hungary

Email: varga.peter at btk.mta.hu

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Research group
 

Modern History of Philosophy and Intellectual History

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+36 1 224 6700/4176
 
B.7.23.
Research area
 

Edmund Husserl and early phenomenology, the School of Brentano, late nineteenth and early twentieth century German philosophy in general (including its contemporaneous Hungarian reception), historiography of phenomenology

Research project
 

Hungarian Philosophical Archives (MFA) 

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Selected publications from the last five years
 

Varga, Peter Andras. 2018. “Husserl’s Early Period: Juvenilia and the Logical Investigations.” In The Oxford Handbook of the History of Phenomenology, edited by Dan Zahavi, 107–134. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Varga, Peter Andras. 2017. “Eugen Enyvvari’s Road to Göttingen and Back: A Case Study in the Transleithanian Participation in Early Phenomenology (with an Appendix of Edmund Husserl’s Two Unpublished Letters to Enyvvari).” Studies in East European Thought 69 (1): 57–78.

Varga, Peter Andras. 2016. “The Non-Existing Object Revisited: Meinong as the Link between Husserl and Russell?” In Existence, Fiction, Assumption. Meinongian Themes and the History of Austrian Philosophy, edited by Mauro Antonelli and Marian David, 27–58. Meinong Studies / Meinong Studien 6. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Varga, Peter Andras. 2016. “The Impersonalien Controversy in Early Phenomenology. Sigwart and the School of Brentano.” Brentano Studien 14: 229–280.

Varga, Peter Andras. 2015. “Was hat Husserl in Wien außerhalb von Brentanos Philosophie gelernt? Über die Einflüsse auf den frühen Husserl jenseits von Brentano und Bolzano.Husserl Studies 31 (2): 95–121.

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