The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness

The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness

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Author/Editor: Husserl, Edmund, and Heidegger, Martin (Editor), and Churchill, James S (Translated by)
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Date: 1971
Binding: Trade paperback
Condition: USED - Very good. Creased spine and some edge and cover wear. Otherwise clean, unmarked copy with tight binding.

The distinctive contribution of this work is Husserl's exploration of the terrain of consciousness in the light of temporality. Here Husserl first makes explicit his doctrine of intentionality, while presenting penetrating studies on phantasy, imagination, memory, and recollection. Consciousness is qualified by temporal determinants. Temporality provides the form for perception, phantasy, imagination, memory, and recollection. The two categories of temporality, retention and protention, which play such an important role in his subsequent thought, are stated and clarified. The distinction between cosmic and phenomenological time for the constitution of temporal objects is discussed.

Edited by Martin Heidegger and translated by James S. Churchill, with an introduction by Calvin O. Schrag.