Book Volume 11 2005

Phantasy, Image Consciousness, and Memory (1898–1925)


ISBN: 978-1-4020-2641-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-2642-3 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-LXVIII

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    Pages 1-205

    Phantasy and Image Consciousness

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    Pages 207-260

    <From the Theory of Re-Presentation in Phantasy and Memory to the Introduction of the Doctrine of Reproduction or Double Re-Presentation>

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    Pages 261-266

    Phantasy and Re-Presentation (Memory). &lgt;The Question of the Relationship between Apprehension and Belief Quality>

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    Pages 267-277

    Belief as Impression. <Interpretation of the Oppositions between Perception and Phantasy, of the Relationships between Memory and Phantasy, of Illusion, Image Presentation, Empty Presentation>

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    Pages 279-295

    <Memory and Iterations of Memory. Modal Characteristics and Apparencies>

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    Pages 297-304

    Memory and Phantasy. <Modification of Belief Fundamentally Different from Modification of Impression in Reproduction. Aporia: What Kind of Modification Does Memory Undergo by Shifting into “Mere Phantasy”?>

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    Pages 305-321

    <Perception, Memory, Phantasy, and Intentions Directed Toward the Temporal Nexus>

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    Pages 323-327

    <Phantasy as “Modification Through and Through.” On the Revision of the Content-Apprehension Schema>

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    Pages 329-334

    Immanent and Internal Phantasy (In the Double Sense). Phantasy and Perception. <Perception as Presentation, Phantasy as Modification of Presentation>

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    Pages 335-343

    The Modifications of Believing: Belief (Certainty), Inclination, Doubt, and so on, in the Sphere of Simple Intuition. <Extension in Imaginative Modification to Phantasy>

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    Pages 345-347

    <Memory as Consciousness “Once Again” in Contrast to Perception and Pure Phantasy>

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    Pages 349-353

    <“Sensation,” Memory, Expectation, and Phantasy as Modes of Time Consciousness. Consciousness as Nexus>

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    Pages 355-361

    <Perceptual Series, Memorial Modification, Phantasy Modification, Presentation — Re-presentation, Actuality and Inactuality as Intersecting Differences. Two Fundamentally Different Concepts of Phantasy: 1) Inactuality, 2) Re-presentation>

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    Pages 363-399

    <Vitality and Suitability in Re-presentation; Empty Re-presentation. Internal Consciousness, Internal Reflection. The Strict Concept of Reproduction>

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    Pages 401-552

    Modes of Reproduction and Phantasy Image Consciousness

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    Pages 553-579

    <Reproduction and Image Consciousness. Separating the Apprehension of an Image Object from the Consciousness of a Perceptual Illusion. Universalization of the Concept of Phantasy (re-presentation): 1) Reproductive Re-presentation, 2) Perceptual Re-presentation; that is, Re-presentation in Image, in Pictorial Exhibiting>

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    Pages 581-598

    On the Theory of Image Consciousness and Figment Consciousness

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    Pages 599-658

    <On the Theory of Intuitions and their Modes>

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    Pages 659-688

    Pure Possibility and Phantasy

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    Pages 689-714

    Phantasy — Neutrality

  22. Back Matter

    Pages 715-725