The ontology of intentionality I: The dependence ontological account of order: Mediate and immediate moments and pieces of dependent and independent objects

Husserl Studies 23 (1):33-69 (2007)
Abstract
This is the first of three essays which use Edmund Husserl's dependence ontology to formulate a non-Diodorean and non-Kantian temporal semantics for two-valued, first-order predicate modal languages suitable for expressing ontologies of experience (like physics and cognitive science). This essay's primary desideratum is to formulate an adequate dependence-ontological account of order. To do so it uses primitive (proper) part and (weak) foundation relations to formulate seven axioms and 28 definitions as a basis for Husserl's dependence ontological theory of relating moments. The essay distinguishes between dependence v. independence, pieces v. moments, mediate v. immediate pieces and moments, maximal v. non-maximal pieces, founded v. unfounded qualities, integrative v. disintegrative dependence, and defines the concepts of the completion of an object, the adumbrational equivalence relation of objects, moments of unity which unify objects, and relating moments which relate objects. The eight theorems [CUT90]-[CUT97] show that relating moments of unity provide an adequate account of order in terms of primitive (proper) part and (weak) foundation relations.
Keywords Husserl's Third Logical Investigation  Husserl's piece summation commitments  Part-whole theory  Axiomatic dependence ontology  Calculus [CU] of Urelements  Singular [einheitliche] objects  Plural [mehrheitliche] objects
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