Conditions of the possibility of the community of one and the other Ego and the necessity that one common nature constitute itself

Let us imagine /many subjects /related to the same nature; could
not the experiences of one of them run their course steadily in the
manner of this idea and give this idea itself, in the course of this
style, an unbreakable power of empirical truth, and the experience
15 of another, however, [run] such that for this [other] subject another
true nature, or partially the same, would be given, but given with
incompatibilities? Conditions of the possibility of the community of
one and the other /Ego /and the necessity that one /common /nature
constitute itself.

Edmund Husserl, First Philosophy, 556

 

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