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By Herbert Spiegelberg

This is an unashamed choice of experiences grown, yet now not deliberate earlier than­ hand, whose belated team spirit sterns from an subconscious trend ofwhich i used to be no longer acutely aware on the time ofwriting. I name it "unashamed" not just simply because i've got made no attempt to patch up this assortment via thoroughly new items, but in addition simply because there turns out to me not anything shamefully incorrect approximately following up a few unfastened ends left dangling from my major research of the Phenomenological stream which I needed to bring to a halt from the physique of my account on the way to safeguard its team spirit and share. This disc1aimer doesn't suggest that there's no connection one of the items he re assembled. They belong jointly, whereas now not requiring consecutive interpreting, as makes an attempt to set up universal flooring 1lnd traces of conversation among the Phenomenological stream and comparable organisations in philo­ sophy. they aren't prepare arbitrarily, yet simply because ofintrinsic affinities to phenomenology. this doesn't suggest an try and blur its edges. yet for the reason that they're turning out to be edges, any limitations can't be drawn sharply with out interfering with the phenomena. however, in spite of everything the determine of the Phenomenological move should still stand out extra distinctIy because the textual content opposed to its surrounding context, ofwhich those reports are to supply a few ofthe comparative and historic historical past. the reason is, I gave to this assortment the titIe "The Context ofthe Phenomenological move" unlike the crucial "text" as contained in my old creation to this movement.

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Yet it is important to realize that Husserl now conceived of phenomenology as a study inaccessible to the "naive" or "natural" approach. According to this later interpretation it required a fundamental change of attitude, which was to give access to an entirely new dimension in the world of everyday experience. It is hardly necessary to point out that this later Neo-Cartesian approach would have been utterly unacceptable to Peirce, the avowed anti-Cartesian. 30 2. PEIRCE'S PHENOMENOLOGY AS SEEN FROM HUSSERL'S PERSPECTIVE I shall not dweIl upon the fundamental importance which the later Peirce attached to his new discipline of phenomenology or phaneroscopy.

But behind the agreements of this programmatic facade of Peirce's 31 phenomenology there remain considerable differences. Of these I shall select merely those most relevant to the proposed comparison. 1. The Phenomenology of Categories The conception of Peirce's phenomenology had grown out of his pervading interest in a system of categories for the entire universe of knowledge. It "simply contemplates the Universal Phenomenon and discerns its ubiquitous elements, Firstness, Secondness and Thirdness, together perhaps with other series of categories" (5.

Thus Marras is mainly concemed with a correction of my picture of Scholasticism and especially of the Thomistic conception of intentionality, which was for me only the starting point for my argument. On this point I gladly yield to his superior leaming. However, as to my interpretation of Thomas Aquinas' view on "intentional inexistence" I would like to point out that I never asserted the incompatibility of the belief in the immanent existence ofthe "intentio" with that of a reference to an object.

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