The Transcendental Temporal Form of Subjectivity’s Transcendental Stream of Life
The I as experiencing mundane objectivity is, however, by far not the entire transcendental I, not the full content of a transcendental self-experience to be universally unfolded. If we look more closely, the consistent self-abstention of any natural-naive worldbelief in mundane [objects] concerning every perception of anything objective does not only lead to its pure transcendental grasping, to a grasping as the transcendentally pure “I perceive,” but the following becomes conspicuous for the first time.
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