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Marvin Farber (1901-1980) taught at the University of Buffalo from 1927-1974. During that time he founded and was the editor of "Philosophical and Phenomenological Research." In the early 1920's he received his doctorate at Harvard University and he studied in Germany under Edmund Husserl. He is the author of three major works on phenomenology, "Phenomenology as a Method, Naturalism and Subjectivism" and this volume.
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