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The Problem of Definitiveness in Experience

  • Edmund Husserl
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Part of the Edmund Husserl Collected Works book series (HUCO, volume 9)

Abstract

That we have a consciousness of our own life as a life endlessly streaming along; that we continually have an experiencing consciousness in this life, but in connection to this in the widest 30 parameters, an emptily presenting consciousness of an environing-world—this is the accomplishment of unity out of manifold, multifariously changing intentions, intuitive and non-intuitive intentions that are nonetheless concordant with one another:intentions that in their particularity coalesce to form concrete syntheses again and again. But these complex syntheses cannot remain isolated. All particular syntheses, through which things in perception, in memory, etc., are given, are surrounded by a general

Keywords

Active Synthesis Immanent Sphere Living Present Definitive Truth External Experience 
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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2001

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  • Edmund Husserl

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