Husserlian Meditations: How Words Present Things

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Northwestern University Press, 1974 - Philosophy - 296 pages
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The structure and key elements of Husserl's philosophy are analyzed in this chronological examination of his doctrines. Bibliogs.
  

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Contents

Introduction
3
Parts and Wholes
8
The Kinds of Parts
9
Presenting Parts and Talking about Parts
10
Unthinkable Separation of Moments
13
Phenomenological Mistakes Confusion of Parts
16
Identity in Absence and Presence 5 The Empty and the Filled
18
The Vague and the Distinct
19
The LifeWorld and the Ego
100
Abnormal Manifolds
101
Transcendence of Identities in Manifolds
102
Breaking up Continuous Manifolds
106
Manifolds and Other Minds
109
Signs and Sensibility 44 Indication
111
The Sign of Meaning
113
Expression and the Intuition of Facts
115

Presence Absence and Identity
21
Signitive Pictorial and Perceptual Intentions
23
Identity Synthesis
28
Fact and Registration of Fact
31
Empty and Filled
34
Problems
43
Elements of a Resolution of the Problem
45
Judgments Are Not Absent Facts
47
The Shift between Registered or Reported Facts and Judgments
49
Fact as the Identity within a Manifold
52
A Misconception in Husserls Early Thought
54
How to Intuit an Essence 18 Correlation of PartsWholes and Presence Absence
57
Empirical Universals
58
Eidos
62
Necessity and Universality in Eidos
66
Regional Essences
67
Concept and Essence
68
Regional Concepts
71
Further Distinctions
74
Eidetic Intuition and Algebraic Formulas
76
Exact and Morphological Essences
77
Individuals and Apodicticity
79
Negative Necessity
80
How Variants Are Contrived
82
Variants Are Indispensable in Registering an Eidos
83
A Note gn Ideograms
85
Identity in Manifolds 33 The Material Thing as an Identity in Manifolds
86
Abschattungen
89
Qualities of Things
93
A Remark on Phantoms
95
The Manifold of Memory
97
Categorial Objects and Cultural Objects
98
Excursus into Some Puzzles and Some Possibili ties in Expression
117
What Is Not Expressed by Expression?
123
Impression
124
Sensation
126
Remarks in Retrospect
128
Beyond Sensibility
132
Consciousness of Inner Time Is Not Mundane
135
The Inside of Time 54 Some Distinctions and Terms
138
Presence of the Past in Inner Time Consciousness
141
The Many Kinds of Reflection and Inner Time
143
The Datum in Inner Temporal Conscious ness
145
An Implication of Husserls New Theory of Pri mary Memory
153
Primary and Secondary Memory
154
SelfAwareness and Reflection
156
The Living Present
158
Spatial versus Temporal Wholes
163
Presence and the Presenced in Inner Time Consciousness
165
Hermeneutics
167
Raising Questions about Appearances 65 The World
169
WorldBelief and Epoche
172
Neutralized Conviction
180
The Material Thing
181
SelfConsciousness
185
Philosophical Detachment of Consciousness from Things
189
The Forms of Judgment 71 Judging versus Perceiving
205
Expression versus Judgment
208
Vague and Distinct Judging
210
Verification in Philosophy
233
Appendix Logic and Mathematics in Formal and Transcen
271
Formal Logic and Pure Mathematics
283
Index
291
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Robert Sokolowski is Elizabeth Breckenridge Caldwell Professor of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America. The author of eight books and more than 90 articles, Msgr. Sokolowski was awarded the Aquinas Medal by the American Catholic Philosophical Association. His highly respected works have been the subject of two conferences.

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