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We become as much , if not more, attached to ideas than to living beings. We see them disappear with regret. We do not abandon them entirely even when they seem obsolete. From the moment that we attach a great value to them , they mark a stage in our personal evolution ; and because of that we tend to save a place for them in our work. We let them penetrate it even at the risk of rendering it less clear, more burdened with details , than it ought to be. Thus it can be seen that in its origins this work comprises disparate sections which were formulated over a period of twenty years.
They are simply two sides to the same activity of mind. But one (the second intentionality) is closer to the objective world than the other; the first describes 24. Vorlesungen zur Phiinomenologie des inneren Zeitbewusst seins (Hall e : Niemeyer, 1 928). English trans. by James S. C hurch il, The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness (Blooming ton : Indiana University Press, 1 964), pp. 1 78-79. 25. Internal Time-Consciousness, p. 26 In Husserl's writings we are continually confronted with a subject-object dichotomy.
It is too close to us for that. To desire to knaw it, to analyze it, to represent it to ourselves does not correlate with anything, since at each instant we can live it, we can have it wholly given before our eyes. Thus we avoid the criticism that we have characterized be coming simply from the negative aspect by calling attention to its irrational character. Besides, this reproach is in itself the expression of the primacy of discursive thought, which is uncrit ically assumed. It is not a question here of the present insuffi ciency and complete relativity of our thought with regard to the phenomenon of time.
An Introduction to Husserl's Phenomenology by Jan Patočka