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(1993) Japanese and Western phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer.

The proto-synthesis in the perceptual dimension according to Husserl

a reconstructive reflection

Tadashi Ogawa

pp. 25-35

Unity-in-perception is due to the passive synthesis that is prior to any kind of active and conscious achievement. It is an "ur-unity," an "ur-synthesis." The relation of ur-unity to aspectslphases is structural. The passive synthesis is a kind of fusing of various, manifold phases and aspects. This fusing is the pre-conscious continuity which is the transition. This transition is the fusion of both aspects, i.e., the synthesis of coincidence which goes through aspects. This going-through, or running-through of streaming is the presubjective time-stream.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-015-8218-6_2

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Ogawa, T. (1993)., The proto-synthesis in the perceptual dimension according to Husserl: a reconstructive reflection, in P. Blosser, E. Shimomissé, L. Embree & H. Kojima (eds.), Japanese and Western phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 25-35.

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