to come that echoed Augustines description of the souls distention. ( pcit 33; Brough 2005). This structure in (1) functions in such a way that each listener can agree about the objective duration of the lecture while disagreeing about their subjective experience. This natural belief Husserl terms the natural attitude, under which label he includes dogmatic scientific and philosophical beliefs, as well as uncritical, every-day, common sense assumptions. Still, each listeners consciousness has a structure (level 1) that makes it possible for her to apprehend (3) and (2). And through his wise restrain he succeeded in this." 83 Edith Stein was Husserl's student at Göttingen while she wrote her On the Problem of Empathy (1916). Köchler, Hans, 1983, "The Relativity of the Soul and the Absolute State of the Pure Ego Analecta Husserliana 16: 95107., 1986. Yet already Husserl had felt the desire to pursue philosophy. Word and Object in Husserl, Frege, and Russell: The Roots of Twentieth-Century Philosophy. II, 1935 Ralph Keen (24 November 2009).
75 Notwithstanding, he did attract philosophers to phenomenology. Merleau-Ponty's most clearly Husserlian work is, perhaps, "the Philosopher and His Shadow." Depending on the interpretation of Husserl's accounts of eidetic intuition, given in Husserl's Phenomenological Psychology 90 and Experience and Judgment, it may be that Merleau-Ponty did not accept the "eidetic reduction" nor the. 4, one such researcher was, william Brede Kristensen. Second, having conflated the past and the present by making recourse to memory as a means to explain consciousness extension beyond the now, such a theory violates the law of non-contradiction, for the mode of the present cannot present something as past, but only. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1980; Fantasy, Image-Consciousness, Memory. As he puts it in the working notes of his The Visible and the Invisible, it is indeed the past that adheres to the present and not the consciousness of the past that adheres to the consciousness of the present (Merleau-Ponty 1961). The Metaphysics of Logic, Cambridge University Press, 2014,.