Husserl discovered that the phenomenon of time cannot be analyzed in terms of objective temporality. The intuitively given succession is not one of worldly objective time, but rather of the time of consciousness itself. Here it seems that the successive phases can exist together, such as they are given together in intuition. This poses the problem of how the time of consciousness can appear in its own course, that is, how to understand the relation between the time that appears and the process of its appearing. Can time perception be understood as a temporal self-perception of consciousness?
|Bernhard Obsieger: Die Anschauung des Werdens.\r\nZu Husserls Theorie des Zeitbewusstseins||1|