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Last seen on: Universal Crossword – Mar 4 2020

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Alfred Schutz (/ʃʊts/; born Alfred Schütz, German: [ʃʏts]; 1899–1959) was an Austrian philosopher and social phenomenologist whose work bridged sociological and phenomenological traditions. Schutz is gradually being recognized as one of the twentieth century’s leading philosophers of social science. He related Edmund Husserl’s work to the social sciences, and influenced Max Weber’s legacy of philosophical foundations for sociology and economics through Schutz’s major work, Phenomenology of the Social World.

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Schutz was born on 13 April 1899 in Vienna, Austria, into an upper-middle-class Jewish family as an only child. Following his graduation from high school he was drafted into the Austrian army, where he quickly rose to the American equivalent rank of second lieutenant. His army regiment was dispatched to fight in a series of heavy battles on the Italian front (WWI).

In 1918, Schutz enrolled at the University of Vienna, where he earned his law degree. During his time at the University of Vienna he also enrolled at the Viennese Academy of International Trade from 1919 to 1920 and adopted a concentration in international law. During his time at the University of Vienna, Schutz went to lectures given by Max Weber, and felt that Weber had left the problem of meaning unanswered. As noted by Wagner (1983), Schutz’s fascination with the problem of meaning was a result of his experience in combat, combined with returning to starving and economically decimated Vienna.

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