Application: An Argument for Weak Continuity
In chapter 5, I explained Husserl’s principle that transcendental phenomenology provides the ontology for the a priori sciences. What the basic objects, and the axioms governing them, in an a priori science are, is to be disclosed in phenomenological analysis. Now I want to show this idea in action: the constitution analysis of choice sequences, undertaken in the previous chapter, yields a justification of one of the basic principles for choice sequences.
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