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Husserls LOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS
Brief sketch of the LOGICAL
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acts actual analysis appears attempt bracketing categorial intuition chair Chapter claims concept concrete consciousness constitution Descartes describe ego-pole eidetic reduction eidetic structures eidos empirical empiricism empiricists ence epistemological epoche essence essential example experiential explication focus focuses free variation given grasp held in retention horizon Hume Husserl calls Husserl notes ical idealism imaginative immanent intentional object intersubjectivity Intro language layers linguistic lived evidence lived experience lived meaning Logical Investigations mathematics meaning-intention melody metaphysical methodology naive naive realism nature noema nomenological now-point object-pole paradox of analysis perceived perception phenome phenomena phenomenological description phenomenological method phenomenological reduction phenomenological texts philosophy PITC Plato present priori protentional and retentional pure Pythagorean theorem relation Section self-critical sense sensuous serl solipsism sort sound subjective temporal objects theory things tion transcendent transcendental ego transcendental subjectivity tures unity variation in phantasy words