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OVER DE ZELFCONSTITUTIE VAN DE ABSOLUTE BEWUSTZIJNSSTROOM: DE RESTITUTIE VAN EEN LEERSTUK VAN BRENTANO IN HUSSERLS ANALYSE VAN HET TIJDBEWUSTZIJN

T. Kortooms
Tijdschrift voor Filosofie
62ste Jaarg., Nr. 1 (EERSTE KWARTAAL 2000), pp. 91-124
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40888840
Page Count: 34
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OVER DE ZELFCONSTITUTIE VAN DE ABSOLUTE BEWUSTZIJNSSTROOM: DE RESTITUTIE VAN EEN LEERSTUK VAN BRENTANO IN HUSSERLS ANALYSE VAN HET TIJDBEWUSTZIJN
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Abstract

This article focuses on one of the attempts Edmund Husserl undertakes in the hitherto unpublished, so-called L-manuscripts, dating mainly from 1917 and 1918, to describe the structure of the consciousness of internal time. The focus on this attempt is motivated by the fact that in it Husserl offers a supplement to a notion that plays a fundamental role in his earlier analysis of time-consciousness, viz. the notion of the self-constitution of the absolute flow of consciousness. In his elaboration of this notion in the L-manuscripts, Husserl for the first time pays attention to the specific function of the protention in the consciousness of time. His concept of self-constitution in the L-manuscripts can be considered to be a restitution of a, modified, version of Franz Brentano's doctrine of inner consciousness.

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