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Re: [existlist] Husserl, passive genesis and irrationality

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  • Bill Harris
    Fabulous, Passive genesis would suggest a formulation of concept after the ocassion of contact with another. It would seem the process could be rational or
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      Fabulous, Passive genesis would suggest a formulation of concept after the
      ocassion of contact with another. It would seem the process could be
      rational or irrational.
      Are you hinting at a notion of absurdism which may rule all human
      interaction? Is the irrational always absurd? Bill
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      Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 2:05 PM
      Subject: [existlist] Husserl, passive genesis and irrationality


      > Is anyone familiar with Husserl's position on irrationality?
      > Specifically relating to passive genesis. Maybe i am looking through
      > the lens of psychoanalysis but it seems to me that association, which
      > is the principle form of passive genesis, is very much irrational.
      > Anyone have any ideas?
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