In the primal originality of the immanent as such lies the source of all apodicticity

In the /primal originality of the immanent as such/—which, in turn,
has its differences of originality, insofar as perception within imma-
15 nence again presents a primal-original achievement for all other
modalities of intuition and meaning—lies /the source of all apodic-
ticity, at least for individual being/. Also a God cannot make it so that
mundane being is absolutely given to him, and not as something
appearing in transcendence (which would be a contradiction). Also
20 for him, world-perception and thing-perception are presumptive /in/
/infinitum/.

Edmund Husserl, First Philosophy, 587

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