21 Jun 2009

Gaps Passed and Past Gaps, para 37-41, Supplementary B1 to: On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time

by Corry Shores
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Gaps Passed and Past Gaps

Edmund Husserl

On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time

B: Supplementary Texts

I "On the Introduction of the Essential Distinction between 'Fresh' Memory and 'Full' Recollection and about the Change in Content and Differences in Apprehension in the Consciousness of Time"

No. 4.


Perception, Memory, and Expectation

Paragraphs 37-41

[Many of these sentences are not complete, so the following is just quotation.]

Repetition of a perception or a repeated perception of the same object from different sides. Identification of the continuously present being, the same object enduring throughout all these perceptions. Possibly the durations are not joined to one another – gaps. Continued existence during these gaps.

The object endures. It has remained unchanged along with all of its determinations.

Experience of duration: perception and, in continuous connection with it, memory; the remembered object not the same with respect to all of its determinations, but in the continuous transition from act to act always the same in part (the determinations either individually the same, that is, enduring continuously, or changing).

Intuition of the identity of something individual in the flow of time. (159b.d, all emphasis mine)

Husserl, Edmund. On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time (1893-1917).Vol 4 ofEdmund Husserl: Collected Works. Ed. Rudolf Bernet. Trans. John Barnett Brough.Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.

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