horizons of possible experiencables

On the other hand, however, every experience is, within itself, at
the same time anticipatory meaning, and as actual experience con-
cerning what is actually perceived of the objective, at the same time
25 inactual, unfulfilled experience concerning the horizons, which are
horizons of possible experiencables (correlates of my freely possible
experiencing doing), which run their course /in infinitum /and which,
again and again, through actualities ⟨and⟩ inactualities, refer to ever
new experiences.

Edmund Husserl, First Philosophy, 550

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