Enchiridion of Thelema

"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law." (AL I.40)

Edmund Husserl (SEP)

Written by Christian Beyer for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, this entry will provide the reader with an excellent overview of the thought of Husserl. And, this is extremely important as Crowley’s thought is rather similar in many respects. Attention should especially be paid to Husserl’s conception of hýle and “intersubjective experience,” as Husserl’s Transcendental Ego and Crowley’s True Self are related.

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