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By Rudolf Bernet

This complete examine of Husserl's phenomenology concentrates on Husserl's emphasis at the conception of information. The authors advance a man-made evaluation of phenomenology and its relation to good judgment, arithmetic, the typical and human sciences, and philosophy. the result's an instance of philology at its top, heading off technical language and making Husserl's notion obtainable to a number of readers.

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The Samaritan, on the other hand, who because of prejudice was predisposed to misunderstanding, nevertheless correctly understood that he was a neighbor of the assaulted man. To choose a beloved, to find a friend, yes, this is a complicated business, but one’s neighbor is easy to recognize, easy to find if only one will personally—acknowledge one’s duty. The commandment said, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” but if the commandment is properly understood it also says the opposite: You shall love yourself in the right way.

Every tree is known by its own fruit. It may so happen that there are two fruits that look very much alike: the one is healthful and delicious, the other tart and poisonous. Sometimes the poisonous fruit is also delicious and the healthful fruit bitter in taste. In the same way love also is known by its own fruit. If someone makes a mistake, it must be because he does not know the fruits or does not know how to judge properly in the particular case. For example, when a person makes the mistake of calling something love [Kjerlighed] that actually is self-love, when he loudly protests that he cannot live without the beloved but does not want to hear anything about the task and requirement of love to deny oneself and to give up this self-love of erotic love [Elskov].

VIII1 A 293) and also p. 472 (Pap. VIII1 A 308). The English verb “deliberate” and the Danish overveie have the same elemental meaning, “to weigh “See also Discourses in Various Spirits, pp. 306—10, KWXV (SV VIII 385-88). 19 “An Occasional Discourse,” Discourses in Various Spirits, pp. 3-154, KW XV (SV VIII 115-242). 20 See p. 3. 21 See Supplement, pp. 424-25 (Pap. VIII1 A 196). 22 See Supplement, p. 486 (Pap. X3 A 734). 23 See p. 336. 24 See pp. 3-4, 384-86. 25 See Supplement, p. 468 (Pap. VIII1 A 249).

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