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  • The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness
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  • Edmund Husserl
  • 2019
  • Published by: Indiana University Press
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The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness is a translation of Edmund Husserl's Vorlesungen zur Phänomenologie des inneren Zeitbewußtseins. The first part of the book was originally presented as a lecture course at the University of Göttingen in the winter semester of 1904–1905, while the second part is based on additional supplementary lectures that he gave between 1905 and 1910. In these essays and lectures, Husserl explores the terrain of consciousness in light of its temporality. He identifies two categories of temporality—retention and protention—and outlines how temporality provides the form for perception, phantasy, imagination, memory, and recollection. He demonstrates a distinction between cosmic and phenomenological time and explores the relevance of phenomenological time for the constitution of temporal objects. The ideas Husserl developed here are explored further in his Ideas and were pursued until the end of his philosophical career.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Half-Title Page, Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. 5-8
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 9-14
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  1. Editor's Foreword
  2. pp. 15-18
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  1. Part One: The Lectures on Internal Time-Consciousness from the Year 1905
  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 19-29
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  1. Section One: Bretano's Theory Concerning the Origin of Time
  2. pp. 29-40
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  1. Section Two: The Analysis of Time-Consciousness
  2. pp. 40-97
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  1. Section Three: The Levels of Constitution of Time and Temporal Objects
  2. pp. 98-126
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  1. Part Two Addenda and Supplements to the Analysis of Time-Consciousness from the Years 1905-1910
  1. Appendix I: Primal Impression and Its Continuum of Modifications
  2. pp. 127-132
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  1. Appendix II: Presentification and Phantasy\xE2\x80\x94Impression and Imagination
  2. pp. 133-136
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  1. Appendix III: The Correlational Intentions of Perception and Memory--The Modes of Time-Consciousness
  2. pp. 137-142
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  1. Appendix IV: Recollection and the Constitution of Temporal Objects and Objective Time
  2. pp. 143-145
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  1. Appendix V: The Simultaneity of Perception and the Perceived
  2. pp. 146-148
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  1. Appendix VI: Comprehension of the Absolute Flux--Perception in the Fourfold Sense
  2. pp. 149-154
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  1. Appendix VII: The Constitution of Simultaneity
  2. pp. 155-156
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  1. Appendix VIII: The Double Intentionality of the Stream of Consciousness
  2. pp. 157-160
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  1. Appendix IX: Primal Consciousness and the Possibility of Reflection
  2. pp. 161-163
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  1. Appendix X: The Objectivation of Time and of the Material in Time
  2. pp. 164-169
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  1. Appendix XI: Adequate and Inadequate Perception
  2. pp. 170-174
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  1. Appendix XII: Internal Consciousness and the Comprehension of Lived Experiences
  2. pp. 175-181
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