That which Husserl found a way past, but, unrealized by many, led philosophers Norwood Hanson ("Patterns of Discovery") and Thomas Kuhn ("The Structure of Scientific Revolutions") to treat. Husserl had earlier solved the problem ("The Crisis of European Science and Transcendental Phenomenology"), but found that ironically many, including in academia, simply or even superficially routinized the phenomenological method into what Hanson later identified as "theory ladenness" (aka "same o, same o") (Those students of Husserl who did ascend a degree, e.g. Eugen Fink and Edith Stein, affirmed self-awareness of a new (one may say, Platonic Noesis) and continuing realization (cf A. H. Almaas' "Runaway Realization" and Mihaly C's "Flow")).
Another way of perceiving this dual development (Husserl finding a way past so-called Galilean scientism, and then Hanson and Kuhn rediscovering the "crisis") is to realize the fundamental change in logic of systems given by Kurt Godel and Von Neumann (as Incompleteness problem of a laden schema not accounting for e.g. Kuhnian-Einsteinian modification of Newtonian orbitals' finer data "anomalies").