By Rudolf Bernet (auth.), Dieter Lohmar, Ichiro Yamaguchi (eds.)
Usually Husserl’s research of time-constitution is believed of when it comes to 3 levels which are approximately certain up with the critical guides, the Lectures, the Bernau Manuscripts and the C-Manuscripts. this day, after the booklet of the principal texts incorporating the final levels, the dialogue of Husserl’s research of time-constitution has entered a brand new section. this can be actual for the translation of the latter texts however it additionally impacts out studying of the Lectures. this present day, within the aftermath of the new e-book of the C-Manuscipts, it kind of feels much more likely that the possible separated first stages are extra as regards to one another than anticipated. the recent and broader context permits extra thorough interpretation of the entire company of time-constitution.
By publishing this number of contributions of the simplest overseas specialists during this box, entailing a few fresh ways of recent coming researchers, this assortment offers an outline of the main modern interpretations of this primary phenomenological theme.
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What Husserl called the “wonder” of time-consciousness is perplexing 21 D. Lohmar, I. V. 2010 22 john b. brough indeed. In fact, he writes, it is “the most difficult of all phenomenological problems” (Hua X, 276), but also “perhaps the most important in the whole of phenomenology” (Hua X, 334). Husserl devoted enormous energy over three decades to unravelling the mystery of time-consciousness. Three volumes of Husserl’s writings, together comprising well over a thousand pages, are devoted directly to the topic, not to mention extensive passages in other texts.
They are instances of “temporalization” (Zeitigung), a synonym for 26 john b. brough time-consciousness that Husserl introduces and uses extensively in the Cmanuscripts, here applied to the constitution of world time. World time is a single time or form in which all external temporal objects have their position. Phantasy, which Husserl describes as “perception ‘as it were’” (Hua XXIII, 287), is a time-constituting act as well, but the time it constitutes is fictional time. Its objects do not fit into the real time of the perceived world, although they derive their fictional sense only in contrast to it.
E. as long as new primary impressions surface in consciousness, this complicated process of a continuous and multidimensional modification of the modification of the givenness of each past primary impression carries on, potentially ad infinitum. 6 10 rudolf bernet This first regressus ad infinitum is comparatively harmless because it does not call into question the possibility of grasping a first primary impression. However, the Bernau Manuscripts reveal that it became more and more doubtful for Husserl whether such a process of an infinite modification of a retentional past really represents a phenomenologically verified finding.