Thus, in the noema of an actual act one must distinguish the “patent,” the attended, ——————– 36 3 General Structure of the Act-Correlate moments from the “latent” ones. The latter […]
By retaining the elapsed phase of consciousness and thereby the past of the object, retention unifies consciousness’ flow and the time-span of the perceived temporal object, thus providing at once […]
This distinction does not mean that memory differs from retention merely as a matter of temporal distance, the former reaching back further into time. Rather, Husserl draws a structural distinction […]
Aristotle’s account of knowledge of the indemonstrable first premises of sciences is found in Posterior Analytics II.19, long regarded as a difficult text to interpret. Briefly, what he says there […]
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.
ΜΝΗΜΗ (memory) ΚΑΙ ΣΥΓΚΡΑΤΗΣΗ (retention) This distinction does not mean that memory differs from retention merely as a matter of temporal distance, the former reaching back further into time. Rather, […]
Unlike Augustine’s notion of a present of things no longer, which remembered or re-presented a past content in the now, Husserl draws a distinction between memory and retention. On the […]