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By Toine Kortooms

Edmund Husserl occupied himself with the research of time-consciousness all through his existence. during this e-book, the 3 levels which may be exotic in Husserl's career with this subject matter are mentioned of their interrelationship. the 1st level contains a lecture manuscript from 1905; the second one degree contains the so-called Bernau manuscripts, examine manuscripts that have been written in 1917 and 1918; and the ultimate degree comprises the so-called C-manuscripts, study manuscripts that have been written within the overdue Nineteen Twenties and the early Thirties.
Central subject matters within the dialogue of Husserl's phenomenology of time during this ebook are: the relationship among the research of time-consciousness and the research of phantasy-consciousness and image-consciousness; Husserl's place within the debate among A. Meinong and W. Stern in regards to the probability of the belief of time; the self-constitution of absolute time-consciousness; the effect of Husserl's improvement of genetic phenomenology on his research of time-consciousness; and the query of the intentional personality of time-consciousness.

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In the case of time, he has in mind the following a priori temporal laws. That the fixed temporal order is a two-dimensional infinite series, that two different times can never be simultaneous, that their relation is a non-reciprocal one, that transitivity obtains, that to every time an earlier and a later time belong, and so on. (Hua X, 10, CW IV, 10) According to Husserl, these a priori temporal laws may be traced back to characteristics of the phenomenological data, the really immanent components of experience.

Justification for the selected texts In the first part of this inquiry, I focus on the analysis of timeconsciousness Husserl carried out in his lecture course from WS '04/'05. In doing so, one faces the problem that this analysis has not been published in its original format. 20 This text consists of two parts, the first of which is entitled: Die Vorlesungen tiber das innere Zeitbewufttseins aus dem Jahre 1905 ("The Lectures on the Consciousness of Internal Time from the Year 1905"). Rudolf Boehm, the editor of Hua X, has demonstrated that this first part of the 1928 edition does not simply refer to the lecture manuscript of Husserl's lecture course from WS '04/'05.

Although Brentano makes a distinction between the content and the act of an experience, he does not distinguish between the different meanings that apply to the concept of content. According to HusserI, Brentano does not make a distinction between the content in the sense of the sensation-content and the content in the sense of the presented intentional object. The only sense in which Brentano speaks of an object distinct from the content is of an object in, what Husserl calls, an absolute, metaphysical sense (Hua XXIII, 8).

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