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    ... From: Tommy Beavitt To: Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2001 1:34 PM Subject: Re: [Sartre] Material World ...
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      From: Tommy Beavitt <tommy@...>
      To: <Sartre@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2001 1:34 PM
      Subject: Re: [Sartre] Material World


      > At 5:05 pm -0800 28/1/01, John Foster wrote:
      > >Heidegger lecturing on Husserl here maintains and clarifies the
      predominant
      > >mode of 'intending entities' is not 'apprehension':
      > >
      > >"...when in reflection I am directed toward a particular experience,
      toward
      > >a particular act such as that of perceiving a thing, I am thematically
      > >focused upon the perception and not upon the perceived. I can of course
      make
      > >the perception itself the theme such that the perceived, what the
      perception
      > >perceives, its object, is itself co-apprehended, but in such a way that I
      do
      > >not live directly in the perception, say, of the chair, but rather live
      > >thematically in the apprehension of the perceptual act and of what is
      > >perceived in it. This way of considering the act and its object not a
      > >transcendent apprehension of the perceptual act and of what is perceived
      in
      > >it. This way of considering the act and its object is not a transcendent
      > >apprehension of the thing itself. In considering the act and its object
      is
      > >not a transcendent apprehension of the thing itself. In considering
      > >reflection in this way, I to some extent do 'not go along with' the
      concrete
      > >perception, to put it in vernacular. I do not really live in the
      perception
      > >of the chair but in the attitude of the immanent reflective apprehension
      of
      > >perceiving the chair, not in the thesis of the material world but in the
      > >thematic positing of the act apprehending the perception and of its
      object
      > >as it is there in the act. This 'not going along with' the thesis of the
      > >material world and of every transcendent world is called refraining."
      >
      > John,
      >
      > Have you got a note of the translator here? That language is something
      else!
      >
      > Tommy
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