By Alfred Schütz

EDITOR'S NOTE:
The accumulated PAPERS contained during this 3rd and ultimate quantity: stories IN PHENOMENOLOGICAL PHILOSOPHY have been initially released among the years 1953-1958 apart from the paper: "William James's inspiration of the move of idea Phenomenologically Interpreted," which used to be released in 1941.
I desire to exhibit my deep indebtedness and my hot due to H. L. Van Breda, Rudolf Bohm, Arvid Brodersen, Dorion Cairns, Arthur Goddard, Aron Gurwitsch, Robert Jordan, Frederick Kersten, Thomas Luckmann, Maurice and Lois Natanson and Jacques Taminiaux who all have helped within the practise of the 3 volumes of the gathered PAPERS and with no whose worthwhile assistance and cooperation this activity by no means might have been accomplished.
The papers have been initially released within the following shape: "William James's suggestion of the move of notion Phenomenologically Interpreted," Philosophy and Phenomenological examine (hereafter known as PPR), Vol. I, June 1941; "Edmund Husserl's rules, quantity II," PPR, Vol. XIII, March 1953; "Phenomenology and the principles of the Social Sciences (Ideas, quantity III by way of Edmund Husserl)," PPR, Vol. XIII, June 1953; "The challenge of Transcendental Intersubjectivity in Husserl" was once released in German as "Das challenge der transzendentalen Intersubjektivitat bei Husserl," Philosophische Rundschau, Vol. V, 1957 (note: The dialogue by way of Eugen Fink and the answer through Alfred Schutz should not integrated within the German paper; despite the fact that, there's additionally a French translation, via Maurice de Gandillac, which does comprise that dialogue in addition to the reviews of alternative discussants: "Le Probleme de l'intersubjectivite transcendentale chez Husserl," in Husserl (Cahiers de Royaumont, Philosophie No. III), Paris: Les variants de Minuit, 1959); "Type and Eidos in Husserl's overdue Philosophy," PPR, Vol. XX, December 1959; "Max Scheler's Philosophy," in Les Philosophes celebres, edited through Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Paris: Lucien Mazenod, 1956 (in French translation); "Max Scheler on Epistemology and Ethics," overview of Metaphysics, Vol. XI, December 1957 and March 1958 (note: part D on "Scheler's feedback of Kant's Philosophy," which used to be initially meant to join the essay, has been added); "Some buildings of the Life-World," translated from the German by means of Aron Gurwitsch, seems in print for the 1st time; Professor Gurwitsch's creation first seemed lower than the identify "The commonsense international as Social truth - A Discourse on Alfred Schutz," Social study, Vol. XXIX, Spring I962. thankful acknowledgment is made to the publishers and editors of those journals and books for permission to republish those papers.
I desire to upload a different observe of due to Lester Embree for getting ready the Index and to Mr. G. H. Priem of Martinus Nijhoff for his support and cooperation. - Ilse Schutz

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271. as Ideas, pp. lIB f. ae Principles, Vol. I, p. 472. B8 Z7 THE STREAM OF THOUGHT concept of the stream of thought and its fringes has not only found an excellent approach to several essential provinces of phenomenological psychology: nay, far more! he has already wandered through some of their most remarkable parts. EDMUND HUSSERL'S IDEAS, VOLUME 11* I. PRELIMINARY REMARKS The first. 1 It became a standard text of Hussed's philosophy. A second volume should ~ave been dedicated to analyses of certain concrete problems leading to the clarification of the relationship between phenomenology on the one hand and the physical sciences of nature, psychology, and the sciences of the mind on the other.

10 THE STREAM OF THOUGHT the relations of the perceived object with the background from which it detaches itself, and ends with the totality of the surrounding world as the last horizon for each of its objects. Secondly, a temporal horizon, first and foremost temporally extended in objective time: the actually perceived object is the same as the one perceived yesterday or to be perceived tomorrow. All the horizons discussed so far refer to the categories of acquaintance and strangeness. Experience in the strict sense can be realized only by explicating the implications hidden in the various relations to other experiences just called horizon.

Cf. footnote 4. E. Husserl, "Phenomenology," Encyclopaedia Britannica, 14th ed. Vol. I, p. 184. THE STREAM OF THOUGHT 5 characterized by the fact that it is a consciousness, but it is simultaneously detennined by the intentional object whereof it is a consciousness. 8 Types and fonns of this intentionality can be described. This description can be perfonned on two different levels: first, within the natural attitude - and all that has been stated so far refers to this level; secondly, within the sphere of phenomenological reduction.

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