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FIRST STUDYThe Philosopher and the Empirical
Ontological Study of Geysers Concept of the Soul
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able abstract activity actual analogous analysis assertion become behavior belongs besouled body Beysens concept concrete consider contents of consciousness Critique definite Descartes determined dynamic Edmund Husserl ego-source egological empirical psychology essential evident existence existential expresses functions Geyser grasp Husserl immanent inner insofar intentional intentional object introspective psychologist investigation judgment Kant knowledge lived events lived experience Max Scheler means metaphysical mode nature object pole objectivized oneself ontological order theory ordered whole organs ourselves perception perennial philosophy person phenomena phenomenological philosophical phronesis physiologist plurality position positive sciences possible primordial ego principle priori problem processes psyche purely quasi-objects question rational psychology reality realm relatively self-subsistent respect retro-directed acts retroverted acts Scheler self-consciousness self-knowledge sense simple social ego speak spiritual ego spiritual soul structures temporal term Theodor Lipps theory thing Thomistic thought tion transcendental transcendental ego wholly