Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and to a by Edmund Husserl

By Edmund Husserl

The Logische Untersuchungen,l phenomenology has been conceived as a substratum of empirical psychology, as a sphere comprising "imma­ nental" descriptions of psychical psychological techniques, a sphere compris­ ing descriptions that - so the immanence in query is known - are strictly limited in the bounds of inner adventure. It 2 would appear that my protest by contrast belief has been oflittle avail; and the additional motives, which sharply pinpointed a minimum of a few leader issues of distinction, both haven't been understood or were heedlessly disregarded. therefore the replies directed opposed to my feedback of mental approach also are fairly destructive simply because they pass over the easy experience of my presentation. My feedback of mental technique didn't in any respect deny the worth of recent psychology, didn't in any respect disparage the experimental paintings performed by means of eminent males. quite it laid naked yes, within the literal experience, radical defects of approach upon the elimination of which, for my part, needs to rely an elevation of psychology to the next medical point and a rare amplification ofits box of labor. Later an celebration can be came upon to claim a number of phrases concerning the pointless defences of psychology opposed to my meant "attacks.

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He does not say very much about it, but some of the things he says are quite striking. 0251: AN ANATOMY OF WITTGENSTEIN'S PICTURE THEORY 31 Space, time and colour (being coloured) are forms of objects. 0251. Space is a way for objects to be related to, or compared with, each other (in Wittgenstein's language, to be combined with each other into a fact), and likewise for time and color. 0121, which is to be taken somewhat more literally than one perhaps realizes: Just as we are quite unable to imagine spatial objects outside space or temporal objects outside time, so to there is no object we can imagine excluded from the possibility of combining with others?

Even if elementary propositions are the only possible stopping-points of analysis, the reality of infinitely deep logics shows that it is not only not obvious but positively wrong to claim that such an analysis will come to an end after a finite number of steps. Wittgenstein takes the analyzability of all propositions into elementary ones to entail that all the bearers of simple (unanalyzable) names have to be given as a part of the interpretation of the language in question. This assumption is undoubtedly also motivated by Wittgenstein's belief in the universality of language.

THE MIRRORING THESIS It is obvious that thesis (1) does not do the whole job Wittgenstein needed to be done. He wanted the entire role of Russellian independent logical forms to be played by the logical forms of simple objects. These logical forms spell out how objects can be combined with each other. One particular elementary proposition reflects one such combination. But this is not enough. Obviously it must be the case that the totality of all elementary propositions must reflect the totality of possible facts.

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