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Roderick M. Chisholm, New York and Glencoe, Illinois: Free Press, 1960, pp. 129-142, and in Edmund Husserl, Shorter Works, ed. Peter McCormick and Frederick A. Elliston, South Bend, Indiana: Notre Dame University Press, 1981, pp. 315-323. 121 Husserl, Aufsätze und Vorträge (1922-1937), p. 164. ). For Husserl's charge that Heidegger's work is "anthropology" see Briefwechsel VI, p. 277 (August 3, 1929, to Misch) and III, p. 478 (May 12, 1931, to Mahnke). 122 Heidegger read Heinrich Mühsam's report on the lecture, "Die Welt wird eigeklammert," Unterhaltungsblatt der Vossischen Zeitung (June 12, 1931).

87 Whether or not Heidegger brought Husserl the requested abstract on his way to Todtnauberg 88 (no such document has yet been found in Husserl's papers), five days after Christman Mrs. Husserl followed up with a letter to Heidegger at his cabin: "My husband would like to you break your return trip [from Todtnauberg to Marburg] in such a way that you could give him a whole day for philosophical discussion of your book. " 89 The meeting took place at Husserl's home on Sunday, January 8, 1928, as Heidegger was about to leave Todtnauberg for Marburg.

Also Karl Schuhmann, "Zu Heideggers Spiegel-Gespräch über Husserl," Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung, 32 (1978), 603-608. 123 For the earliest record (autumn, 1945) of Heidegger's vexation at reading the Mühsam article see Alfred de Towarnicki, "Visite à Martin Heidegger," Temps modernes, 1, 4 (1945-1946), p. 716. For the remarks he made in 1996 see the Spiegel-interview (previous footnote). 124 Briefwechsel IX, p. 378 (June 22, 1930) and IX, 416 (January 25, 1933): both letters are from Malvine Husserl to Elisabeth Rosenberg.

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