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15-19. 81 M. Heidegger, Letter to Husserl, October 22, 1927 quoted by Biemel in Edmund Husserl, Phanomenologische Psychologie (1925) (ed. by Walter Biemel), Husserliana, Vol. IX, Martinus Nijhoif, The Hague, 1962, p. 601. 82 Ideen, Vol. m, p. 140. 83 Letter to Husserl, op. , pp. 601-602. 49 60 ROMANINGARDEN t DIE VIER BEGRIFFE DER TRANSZENDENZ UND DAS PROBLEM DES IDEALISMUS IN HUSSERL Um eine philosophisch grundlegende Auslegung der Philosophie Edmund HusserJs und deren Bewertung der grossen philosophischen Probleme, darunter das Problem Idealismus-Realismus, zu erreichen, muss man sich mit den entscheidenen Begriffen, die Husserl anwendet, auseinandersetzen um ihren priizisen Sinn zu gewinnen.

For Being-for-itself is appearing-to-itself ... 60 But all of this does not yet necessarily mean that in Husserl's view transcendental subjectivity is the only and last ground of the world's Being. 66 In order to explain this it is necessary to compare more carefully Kant's and Husserl's conceptions of the relationship between subjectivity and world. It is a well known fact that Husserl's conception of the ego underwent a long and perhaps even never-ending development. Generally speaking one may say that Husserl originally thought that only one ego is to be admitted: an empirical, bodily-spiritual ego which, from a phenomenological point of view, manifests itself as the complex of all phenomena.

69 Finally, in 1916, Husserl developed this idea further in that the ego and particularly its identity are not so much connected with the ego's habitual convictions concerning concrete contents of consciousness, but are mainly conceived of as the consequence of the positing (Setzung) of the world as universal horizon. 7o It is known also that study of Natorp's works and Kant's conceptions deeply influenced this development in Husserl's thought. 71 Husserl thus finally came to the conclusion that the pure ego is constituted in such a way that it can maintain itself as this identical ego merely 30 JOSEPH J.

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