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<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>

Edmund Husserl

pp. 553-579

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DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-2642-0_16

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Husserl, E. (2005)., <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>, in E. Husserl, Phantasy, image consciousness, and memory (1898-1925), Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 553-579.

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