Analysen zur Passiven Synthesis: Aus Vorlesungs- und Forschungsmanuskripten 1918-1926 [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 22 (3):571-571 (1969)
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The present volume completes the publication of the most important and most representative Husserl texts from the twenties. The second half of the book contains important variants selected from the earlier versions of the lectures, a large number of independent short essays and notes, and finally a huge number of editorial notes on the texts and their reconstruction. The lectures deal with perception, expectation, and their implied phenomena, centered around the underlying major theme of the in-itself, hence of the passivity of the flux of consciousness. By sacrificing deliberately an in extenso publication of the three versions of the lectures in favor of concentrating the theme into one volume, the editor chose to satisfy the most pressing needs of the Husserl scholar. Yet, one cannot but wonder whether an author of Husserl's stature might not deserve a more complete presentation.--M. J. V.



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