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Identity in Manifolds: Commentary on Sokolowski's Interpretation

Identity in Manifolds: Commentary on Sokolowski's Interpretation 81 Identity in Manifolds: Commentary on Sokolowski's Interpretation PINA C. MONETA University of Vermont Professor Sokolowski's presentation of the identity-manifold relation as a recurrent pattern in Husserl's thought bears ample evidence of the fact that in phenomenology "the singular is always the Apeiron."l By way of comment on Professor Sokolowski's paper, I shall present what appears to be a parallel pattern of thought in Husserl's phenomenology of reason: the object of knowledge as an idea in the Kantian sense. Whereas in Formal and Transcendental Logic and in Experience and Judgment the object of knowledge as an idea in the Kantian sense provides the foundational framework for the judgment's form of reiterational "infinity" (the ideality of the "and so forth"),' in the Ideas, Volume I, the theme is developed within the context of object of perceptual experience as the continuum of its actual and possible presentations.3 3 The development of this theme is guided by Husserl's fundamental 1 E. Husserl, Phüosophie als strenge Wissenschaft (Frankfurt am Main: V. Kloster- mann, 1965), p. 43, "Nur die Individuation risst die Phanomenologie fallen," E. Husserl, Ideen zu einer reinen Phdnomenologie und phanomenologischen Philosophie, Husserliana Band III (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1950), p. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Identity in Manifolds: Commentary on Sokolowski's Interpretation

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 4 (1): 81 – Jan 1, 1974

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© 1974 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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81 Identity in Manifolds: Commentary on Sokolowski's Interpretation PINA C. MONETA University of Vermont Professor Sokolowski's presentation of the identity-manifold relation as a recurrent pattern in Husserl's thought bears ample evidence of the fact that in phenomenology "the singular is always the Apeiron."l By way of comment on Professor Sokolowski's paper, I shall present what appears to be a parallel pattern of thought in Husserl's phenomenology of reason: the object of knowledge as an idea in the Kantian sense. Whereas in Formal and Transcendental Logic and in Experience and Judgment the object of knowledge as an idea in the Kantian sense provides the foundational framework for the judgment's form of reiterational "infinity" (the ideality of the "and so forth"),' in the Ideas, Volume I, the theme is developed within the context of object of perceptual experience as the continuum of its actual and possible presentations.3 3 The development of this theme is guided by Husserl's fundamental 1 E. Husserl, Phüosophie als strenge Wissenschaft (Frankfurt am Main: V. Kloster- mann, 1965), p. 43, "Nur die Individuation risst die Phanomenologie fallen," E. Husserl, Ideen zu einer reinen Phdnomenologie und phanomenologischen Philosophie, Husserliana Band III (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1950), p.

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Research in PhenomenologyBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1974

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