(2014) Husserl Studies 30 (2).

"The postilion's horn sounds"

a complementarity approach to the phenomenology of sound-consciousness?

Paolo Palmieri

pp. 129-151

In the phenomenology of the consciousness of internal time, Edmund Husserl has frequent recourse to sound and melody as illustrations of the processes that give rise to immanent temporal objects. In Husserl's analysis, there is a philosophically pregnant tension between the geometrical diagrams representing multiple dimensions of immanent time and his intuition that time-points might be no more than fictions leading to absurdities. In this paper, I will address this tension in order to motivate a complementarity approach to temporal objects such as sound and melody that might illuminate the phenomenology of sound-consciousness.

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DOI: 10.1007/s10743-013-9144-7

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Palmieri, P. (2014). "The postilion's horn sounds": a complementarity approach to the phenomenology of sound-consciousness?. Husserl Studies 30 (2), pp. 129-151.

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