Marquette University Press (2010)
|Abstract||I would like to thank Professor Rudolf Bernet, the Director of the Husserl Archives in Louvain, Belgium and Professor Dieter Lohmar, the Director of the Husserl Archives in Cologne, for permission to cite from the manuscripts of the Nachlaß. In particular, I would like to thank Professor Lohmar for the many helpful suggestions he made regarding Husserl’s positions on our apprehension of time. I continually benefited from his insights during my stay at the Archives. I would also like to express my gratitude to Siefried Rombach who read my manuscript with great care and offered a number of suggestions for its improvement. I am also greatful to the members of the seminar at the Cologne Archives who participated in reading Husserl’s writings on time consciousness. Many of their insights have also found their way into my text. Without my wife, Josephine Mensch’s careful proofreading and suggestions for improving my text, it also would not have reached its present form|
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