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  1. M. J. Larrabee, S. Weine & P. Woolcott (2003). “The Wordless Nothing”: Narratives of Trauma and Extremity. [REVIEW] Human Studies 26 (3):353 - 382.
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  2. M. J. Larrabee (1993). Inside Time-Consciousness: Diagramming the Flux. [REVIEW] Husserl Studies 10 (3):181-210.
    The usual metaphor for time is a flow. Edmund Husserl, in describing experience of our inner temporality, uses the term often: Fluss. In the final three decades of his life (1900s to 1930s), he gives us a well-articulated theory of time, especially the experience of its ongoingness and of our- selves in the processing of time. He refers to this latter, our immanent temporality, as a "flux" or flow and thus calls up the image of the river moving along with (...)
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  3. M. J. Larrabee (1989). Genesis, Motivation, and Historical Connections. Man and World 22 (3):315-328.
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  4. M. J. Larrabee (1983). Phenomenologists and the Problems of Traditional Metaphysics. Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 57:52-59.
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  5. M. J. Larrabee (1981). The One and the Many: Yogācāra Buddhism and Husserl. Philosophy East and West 31 (1):3-15.