Husserl, the absolute flow, and temporal experience

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Hoerl, Christoph (2013)

Edmund Husserl’s phenomenological analysis of internal time consciousness\ud has a reputation for being complex, occasionally to the point\ud of approaching impenetrability. The latter applies in particular to his\ud remarks about what he calls the ‘absolute time-constituting flow’,1 some\ud of which Husserl himself describes as ‘‘shocking (when not initially\ud even absurd)’’ (Husserl, 1991, p. 84). [...]
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