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Lecture II. On Phenomenology 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

734

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Open

Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS. notebook

Category

PRAGMATISM (MS 279-335)

description

CSP notes "First draught" and "To be rewritten and compressed." Published: 1.322-323 (pp. 10-12). Omitted from publication is CSP's discussion of the goal of phenomenology, which is to describe what is before the mind and to show that the description is correct. Presentness (Hegel's view and CSP's contrasted). The "immediate" defined. Quality distinguished from feeling; quality as an element of feeling. Neither abstract nor complex quality is the First Category. Law of nature, with the being of law considered to be a sort of esse in futuro. An objection to this view of law noted and refuted. Reaction (or struggle) as the chief characteristic of experience. Content of the percept. No criticism of perceptual fact possible. Reaction is no more to be comprehended than blue or the perfume of a tea rose. Perception and imagination. Genuine and degenerate varieties of the Second Category. The Third Category (called "Mediation") and signs. First degenerate form of the Third Category.

general index

Actuality (see also Existence; Fact; Secondness), Boolean algebra, Collections, Logic (modal see Modality), Mathematics, pure Mathematics, Opium dormitive virtue of, Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism, Pragmatism and Pragmaticism

pagination

-

Date

1903

manuscript number

303

publication

G-1903-1

topic

PRAGMATISM / LECTURES ON PRAGMATISM

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