“The living present consists in the fact that it transcends the present.” Georg Simmel, The View of Life: Four Metaphysical Essays with Journal Aphorisms (University of Chicago Press, 2010), p. […]
The forms of temporalizing consciousness, i.e., the living present with its primordial impression, retention, and protention, are essential structures of consciousness that remain ever constant.
ΖΩΝΤΑΝΟ ΠΑΡΟΝ (LIVING-PRESENT): ΣΥΝΘΗΚΗ ΔΥΝΑΤΟΤΗΤΑΣ ΟΛΩΝ ΤΩΝ ΑΝΤΙΚΕΙΜΕΝΟΠΟΙΟΥΣΩΝ ΕΝΕΡΓΗΜΑΤΩΝ…. ΣΥΝΘΗΚΗ ΠΟΥ ΔΕΝ ΓΙΝΕΤΑΙ ΑΝΤΙΚΕΙΜΕΝΟ Η ΙΔΙΑ. Husserl’s account of the living-present ultimately articulates the condition for the possibility of all […]
Husserl thus speaks almost exclusively of consciousness’ living-present, and he characterizes this life of consciousness with three distinguishable yet inseparable moments: primal impression, retention, and protention. This tripartite form or […]