By Edmund Husserl, M. Fleischer

Five Die äußere Wahrnehmung ist eine beständige Prätention, etwas zu leisten, was once sie ihrem eigenen Wesen nach zu leisten außerstande ist. additionally gewissermaßen ein Widerspruch gehört zu ihrem Wesen. used to be damit gemeint ist, wird Ihnen alsbald klar­ werden, wenn Sie schauend zusehen, wie sich der objektive Sinn 10 als Einheit dn> den unendlichen Mannigfaltigkeiten möglicher Erscheinungen darstellt und wie die kontinuierliche Synthese näher aussieht, welche als Deckungseinheit denselben Sinn er­ scheinen läßt, und wie gegenüber den faktischen, begrenzten Erscheinungsabläufen doch beständig ein Bewußtsein von dar- 15 über hinausreichenden, von immer neuen Erscheinungsmöglich­ keiten besteht. Worauf wir zunächst achten, ist, daß der Aspekt, die perspek­ tivische Abschattung, in der jeder Raumgegenstand unweigerlich erscheint, ihn immer nur einseitig zur Erscheinung bringt. Wir 20 mögen ein Ding noch so vollkommen wahrnehmen, es fällt nie in der Allseitigkeit der ihm zukommenden und es sinnendinglich ausmachenden Eigenheiten in die Wahrnehmung. Die Rede von diesen und jenen Seiten des Gegenstandes, die zu wirklicher Wahrnehmung kommen, ist unvermeidlich. Jeder Aspekt, jede 25 noch so weit fortgeführte Kontinuität von einzelnen Abschat­ tungen gibt nur Seiten, und das ist, wie wir uns überzeugen, kein bloßes Faktum: Eine äußere Wahrnehmung ist undenkbar, die ihr Wahrgenommenes in ihrem sinnendinglichen Gehalt erschöpfte, ein Wahrnehmungsgegenstand ist undenkbar, der in einer abge- 30 schlossenen Wahrnehmung im strengsten Sinn allseitig, nach der Allheit seiner sinnlich anschaulichen Merkmale gegeben sein könnte.

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Still I feel her breath on my cheeks: How can that be, that these so recent days Are gone, forever gone, and totally forgotten? This is a thing that no one fully fathoms And far too dreadful to lament: That all is sliding and is passing by. And that my own I, hindered by no thing, Slid into this, from a small child, Uncanny, mute, and strange to me, just like a dog. And this: that hundred years ago I also was And that my ancestors, in their death shroud, Related are to me, as is my hair. 7 What kind of unity is this—the unity of self?

Authenticity thus demands openness to all that is, to the possibilities and uncertainties of human existence, demands that we surrender all claims to something like a firm foundation that might allow for a secure dwelling. 4. Resoluteness and Responsibility From Heidegger’s understanding of authenticity as self-possession and of human being as essentially a being-in-the-world and a being-with-others, it follows that resolve is only inadequately understood when interpreted as the authentic response to the silent call of conscience.

Is it just an unfortunate prejudice that requires no further thought? 4 THE GREEK ORIGIN OF SCIENCE 39 That Heidegger never wanted a politicized science in the party sense seems also clear. Equally clear is that Heidegger did not have in 1933 and did not come to have after 1945 any sympathies for liberal democracy or communism. In the Spiegel-Interview Heidegger gives a more detailed account of what he had in mind: SPIEGEL: Do we understand you correctly? In including the university in what you felt was to be a “new departure,” you wanted to assert the university against perhaps overpowering trends that would not have left the university its identity?

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