Collected Papers III: Studies in Phenomenological Philosophy by Alfred Schütz

By Alfred Schütz

The amassed PAPERS contained during this 3rd and ultimate quantity: stories IN PHENOMENOLOGICAL PHILOSOPHY have been initially released among the years 1953-1958 apart from the paper: "William James's proposal of the circulate of notion Phenomenologically Interpreted," which was once released in 1941.
I desire to show my deep indebtedness and my hot because of H. L. Van Breda, Rudolf Bohm, Arvid Brodersen, Dorion Cairns, Arthur Goddard, Aron Gurwitsch, Robert Jordan, Frederick Kersten, Thomas Luckmann, Maurice and Lois Natanson and Jacques Taminiaux who all have helped within the instruction of the 3 volumes of the gathered PAPERS and with out whose beneficial suggestions and cooperation this job by no means might have been accomplished.
The papers have been initially released within the following shape: "William James's proposal of the circulation of suggestion Phenomenologically Interpreted," Philosophy and Phenomenological learn (hereafter known as PPR), Vol. I, June 1941; "Edmund Husserl's principles, quantity II," PPR, Vol. XIII, March 1953; "Phenomenology and the rules of the Social Sciences (Ideas, quantity III via Edmund Husserl)," PPR, Vol. XIII, June 1953; "The challenge of Transcendental Intersubjectivity in Husserl" used to be released in German as "Das challenge der transzendentalen Intersubjektivitat bei Husserl," Philosophische Rundschau, Vol. V, 1957 (note: The dialogue by means of Eugen Fink and the answer by means of Alfred Schutz should not integrated within the German paper; even if, there's additionally a French translation, via Maurice de Gandillac, which does comprise that dialogue in addition to the reviews of alternative discussants: "Le Probleme de l'intersubjectivite transcendentale chez Husserl," in Husserl (Cahiers de Royaumont, Philosophie No. III), Paris: Les variations de Minuit, 1959); "Type and Eidos in Husserl's overdue Philosophy," PPR, Vol. XX, December 1959; "Max Scheler's Philosophy," in Les Philosophes celebres, edited through Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Paris: Lucien Mazenod, 1956 (in French translation); "Max Scheler on Epistemology and Ethics," evaluation of Metaphysics, Vol. XI, December 1957 and March 1958 (note: part D on "Scheler's feedback of Kant's Philosophy," which was once initially meant to be a part of the essay, has been added); "Some constructions of the Life-World," translated from the German by way of Aron Gurwitsch, looks in print for the 1st time; Professor Gurwitsch's advent first seemed lower than the identify "The commonsense international as Social fact - A Discourse on Alfred Schutz," Social examine, Vol. XXIX, Spring I962. thankful acknowledgment is made to the publishers and editors of those journals and books for permission to republish those papers.
I desire to upload a unique be aware of because of Lester Embree for getting ready the Index and to Mr. G. H. Priem of Martinus Nijhoff for his aid and cooperation. - Ilse Schutz

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Vol. I, p. 184. THE STREAM OF THOUGHT 5 characterized by the fact that it is a consciousness, but it is simultaneously detennined by the intentional object whereof it is a consciousness. 8 Types and fonns of this intentionality can be described. This description can be perfonned on two different levels: first, within the natural attitude - and all that has been stated so far refers to this level; secondly, within the sphere of phenomenological reduction. This basic concept of Husserl's theory needs further explanation.

What remains of the whole world after this bracketing? Neither more nor less than the concrete fullness and entirety of the stream of our experience containing all our perceptions, our reflections, in short, our cogitations. And as these cogitations continue to be intentional ones, their correlative "intentional objects" persist also within the brackets. But by no means are they to be identified with the posited objects. They are just "appearances," phenomena, and, as such, rather "unities" or "senses" ("meanings").

Ideas, § 82. Professor Boyce Gibson, the English translator, has chosen the term "fringe" here for Husserl's term "Horizont" (horizon) and has by this translation alone anticipated our whole topic. 22 Principles, Vol. I, pp. 608 ff. 28 Principles, Vol. I, pp. 259 ft. 24 The object of the thought is its entire content or deliverance, neither more nor less. Let us not be mistaken by the fact that in conceptual terms, the thought seems to have object-parts. It has only time-parts, but, however complicated its object may be, the thought of it is one undivided state of consciousness, one single pulse of subjectivity.

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