By Marie-Luise Kalsi Schubert
16. the final subject material of Husserl's Phenomenology forty five 17. common Thesis and Epoche forty six 18. Doubt forty seven 19. Hyle and Noema forty eight forty nine BIBLIOGRAPHY TRANSLATION OF SELECI'ED TEXTS mentioned within the FOOTNOTES fifty one advent part I PREFACE Meinong was once one of many nice philosophers who stand initially of Analytic Philosophy and Phenomenology. He was once a latest of Husserl, Frege, Mach, and Russell who have been both initially or physicists, other than Meinong. Meinong used to be a historian mathematicians and consistently a thinker who grew to become more and more drawn to experi psychological psychology, less than the impression of Franz Brentano. He, as each one of his contemporaries, built his personal philosophy. It grew, in a profound style, right into a very wealthy realism which used to be, apparently enoug- according to a staunch empirical angle. Of a lot of these philosophers, Meinong and Husserl have been such a lot heavily linked: either one of them have been scholars of Brentano and dealt, each one. along with his personal philosophical instruments, with an analogous material, shows and their items. Meinong involved himself, briefly severe notes, with Husserl's phenomenology, that's, the 1st quantity of principles . . . which used to be trans 1 lated by way of W. R. Boyce Gibson. The final part of this creation may be dedicated to Meinong's feedback of Husserl. it truly is performed within the final part simply because a few of Meinong's idea is presupposed for the certainty of his critique of Husserl.
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236 f, 240 f. Meinong Meinong Meinong Meinong Meinong on on on on on Husser! Husser! Husser! Husser! Husser! 218 f, 220 f, 237. 218. 221. 219, 220, 222 f. 220. INTRODUCTION 47 eidetic considerations are concerned with the perceived or that which is believed to exist. If the judgment of existence is suspended so is necessarily the perceptive experience. I can reflect upon, that is, internally perceive, the objects of my original perception. Then, the object becomes a pseudo-object which, of course, does not exist.
The apprehended objective as such is a pseudo-objective, Ann. II 161. This vol. 79. However, this example is used in Meinong's discussion of psychic analysis. 1> Compo also the example this vol. 177. 16 Compo discussions of aussersein in Em. Pres. XXXVI f. 17 Em. Pres. 138. Compo " .. Erfahrungsgrundlagen ... ", Ges. Ausg. V, 467. 18 "Objects of Higher Order", this vol. 156 fI, 164 f. 13 14 28 INTRODUCTION We have said that, in internal perception, besides experiences themselves pseudo-objects are perceived.
For example, if I internally perceive a certain house (no matter if it exists or not)12 then all judgments concerning the internally perceived house are apriori. For it is a pseudo-object. The same also holds of justice, triangles, Pegasus, and the circular square which all subsist except the circular squares which has merely aussersein. In internal perception, all these things pseudo-exist. 13 The difference between the three groups of objects is, for Meinong, that the objects of groups 1) and 2) are worth investigating but those of 3) are not.
Alexius Meinong: On Objects of Higher Order and Husserl’s Phenomenology by Marie-Luise Kalsi Schubert