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The pre-reflective functioning of the 1 is now the original self-consciousness insofar as this is pre-reflective consciousness. The pre-reflectiveness of self-conscious- 34 YOSHIHIRO NITTA ness, which can never be grasped by positional reflection, and which first makes positional reflection possible, means at the same time that also the consciousness of the functioning of the alter ego is pre-constitutive and unthematic. The original mediacy of the alter ego, therefore, can also be considered radically clarified when it is proven how the I, in pre-reflective consciousness, becomes aware that the commanding of the alter ego functions together with it.

12 The reduction in Ideas 1 is Cartesian. Descartes first rejected sensuous existence on the basis of a doubt as to the criterion for distinguishing between dream and reality, and, because of the possibility 40 KAZUHISA MIZUNO of the existence of the evil spirit (malin genie), he did not consider intelligible essence to be a criterion of truth. Descartes established the evidence of the Cogito as the first principle only because of doubt as to the existence and essence of the external world. The evidence of the existence of the Cogito ranks higher than that of the essence of the external world, and therefore it is not formal, general science that forms the basis of knowledge, but instead egology.

As Held says, Husserl's founding relation must be turned around. 17 In this way it can be revealed how the I, in consciousness of the present, is passively familiar with the anonymously co-functioning intersubject already before the occurrence of the experience of Otherness. The Other is therefore not to be thematized as a wordly subject, but is always to be perceived, appresentatively-passively, as a function that remains unthematic, specifically as the other subject that I am not. The phenomenology of the present emphasized the analysis of things themselves and, pressed by the thing itself, sought an appropriate method and thereby continually opened new horizons.

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