Das problem der zeit bei Husserl. Eine untersuchung über die Husserlschen zeitdiagramme

Husserl Studies 18 (2):89-122 (2002)
This paper propounds an analysis of the Husserlian problem of time through the prism of his elaboration of succeeding time-diagrams. The author focuses his reflexions on the "Lectures on Inner Time-consciousness" (1905) and at the same time on the decisive advancements of the "Bernauer Time-Manuscripts" (1917-1918). These manuscripts complete the Husserlian description of constitution of time-consciousness by the element of protentional intentionality and the "original process" with its "core"-structure (Kernstruktur), on this side of immanent temporality, and try to work out the problem of the statute of the sense-data and of the self-awareness of the ultimately constitutive "flow" of consciousness
Keywords Philosophy
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DOI 10.1023/A:1015579408870
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