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In quantity 1 of this three-volume paintings, Paul Ricoeur tested the family members among time and narrative in historic writing. Now, in quantity 2, he examines those family in fiction and theories of literature.
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81 Some methodological turn is needed in order to face this difficulty in its seriousness. “Our investigation can, however, only proceed securely,” Husserl assures us, “if it repeatedly breaks with such systematic sequence, if it removes conceptual obscurities which threaten the course of investigations before the natural sequence of subject-matters can lead up to such concepts. ”82 The hermeneutical import of this statement is striking. Husserl’s methodological tactic is precisely to revert back upon his own analyses at significant junctures in the sequence of his investigations in order to clarify and fi x those concepts he has been using throughout and which are essential to his ongoing investigation.
Indeed the publication plan of Husserl’s collected writings as well as the organizational structure of Husserl’s estate itself suggest not merely that a systematic conception of transcendental phenomenology does not exist, but rather that a system of phenomenological philosophy may be an unattainable ideal. If one looks only to his numerous research manuscripts and lecture course materials in the estate, one despairs of ever finding anything but partial investigations. Further, these research works are often tentative in their results.
When these plans dimmed, Husserl could only hope—with the help of his most dedicated students—to obtain a suitable and secure setting for his life’s work necessary for further work to continue. L. van Breda managed to smuggle Husserl’s Nachlass out of Nazi Germany amidst the anti-Semitic fervor during the late thirties after Husserl’s death. 107 What is most interesting about Husserl’s hopes which he expressed to Albrecht in 1934, however, is that he only published one work of significance after this date.
Articles de mathématiques by Eugène Ehrhart