By Alfred Schütz
The amassed PAPERS contained during this 3rd and ultimate quantity: experiences IN PHENOMENOLOGICAL PHILOSOPHY have been initially released among the years 1953-1958 except for the paper: "William James's proposal of the circulation of concept Phenomenologically Interpreted," which was once released in 1941.
I desire to show my deep indebtedness and my hot due to H. L. Van Breda, Rudolf Bohm, Arvid Brodersen, Dorion Cairns, Arthur Goddard, Aron Gurwitsch, Robert Jordan, Frederick Kersten, Thomas Luckmann, Maurice and Lois Natanson and Jacques Taminiaux who all have helped within the education of the 3 volumes of the accumulated PAPERS and with no whose important advice and cooperation this activity by no means might have been accomplished.
The papers have been initially released within the following shape: "William James's proposal of the circulate of concept Phenomenologically Interpreted," Philosophy and Phenomenological examine (hereafter often called PPR), Vol. I, June 1941; "Edmund Husserl's principles, quantity II," PPR, Vol. XIII, March 1953; "Phenomenology and the principles of the Social Sciences (Ideas, quantity III by means of Edmund Husserl)," PPR, Vol. XIII, June 1953; "The challenge of Transcendental Intersubjectivity in Husserl" was once released in German as "Das challenge der transzendentalen Intersubjektivitat bei Husserl," Philosophische Rundschau, Vol. V, 1957 (note: The dialogue by means of Eugen Fink and the answer via Alfred Schutz aren't integrated within the German paper; although, there's additionally a French translation, by way of Maurice de Gandillac, which does comprise that dialogue in addition to the reviews of different discussants: "Le Probleme de l'intersubjectivite transcendentale chez Husserl," in Husserl (Cahiers de Royaumont, Philosophie No. III), Paris: Les versions de Minuit, 1959); "Type and Eidos in Husserl's past due Philosophy," PPR, Vol. XX, December 1959; "Max Scheler's Philosophy," in Les Philosophes celebres, edited via Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Paris: Lucien Mazenod, 1956 (in French translation); "Max Scheler on Epistemology and Ethics," evaluate of Metaphysics, Vol. XI, December 1957 and March 1958 (note: part D on "Scheler's feedback of Kant's Philosophy," which used to be initially meant to join the essay, has been added); "Some constructions of the Life-World," translated from the German by way of Aron Gurwitsch, seems to be in print for the 1st time; Professor Gurwitsch's advent first seemed less than the name "The common sense international as Social fact - A Discourse on Alfred Schutz," Social examine, Vol. XXIX, Spring I962. thankful acknowledgment is made to the publishers and editors of those journals and books for permission to republish those papers.
I desire to upload a distinct observe of because of Lester Embree for getting ready the Index and to Mr. G. H. Priem of Martinus Nijhoff for his support and cooperation. - Ilse Schutz
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Only by way of appresentations can I grasp his appearances and his Here to which they are related by his cogiven body. And vice versa as well. Looking from his appresented Here at my own body as an object of Nature being There I conceive my own body exactly in the same manner in which it is given to my fellow-man. Placing myself at the standpoint of the Other, and any Other, I become aware that everyone finds any fellow-man as the natural being Man with whom, from the point of view of outer perception, I have to identify myself.
II, p. 54. a The Principles of Psychology, New York, 1893, Vol. I, p. I8S a Principles, Vol. T, p. 226. THE STREAM OF THOUGHT 3 tations," "stream of personal conscious life" - both philosophers use these terms for characterizing the essence of inner personal life. For both, the unity of consciousness consists in its throughand-through connectedness. It is, says James, but our abstract conceptual thought that isolates and arbitrarily fixes certain portions of this stream of consciousness. 4 For both philosophers this concept involves the total rejection of the atomism prevailing in the psychology of Locke, Hume, or John Stuart Mill.
28 Principles, Vol. I, pp. 259 ft. 24 The object of the thought is its entire content or deliverance, neither more nor less. Let us not be mistaken by the fact that in conceptual terms, the thought seems to have object-parts. It has only time-parts, but, however complicated its object may be, the thought of it is one undivided state of consciousness, one single pulse of subjectivity. As the foregoing very incomplete quotations 25 show, James feels strongly the eminent importance of his great discovery of the theory of fringes for the distinction between the "topic" and the "object" of thought.