phenomenology, Husserl, regress, retention, consciousness
One of fifteen original essays by an international team of expert contributors that together represent a cross-section of Husserl Studies today. The collection manifests the extent to which single themes in Husserl's corpus cannot be isolated, but must be considered in relation to their overlap with each other. Many of the accepted views of Husserl's philosophy are currently in a state of flux, with positions that once seemed incontestable now finding themselves relegated to the status of one particular school of thought.
In this chapter, DeRoo sheds light upon one area of phenomenology, which is Edmund Husserl's positive account of protention.
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Epistemology, archaeology, ethics: current investigations of Husserl's Corpus
DeRoo, N. (2010). Positive Account of Protention and its Implications for Internal Time-Consciousness. Epistemology, archaeology, ethics: current investigations of Husserl's Corpus, 102. Retrieved from https://digitalcollections.dordt.edu/faculty_work/312