Intentionality and corporeity
By absolute consciousness Husserl did not mean to designate simply an epistemological function; absolute consciousness is a region of reality (albeit the proto-region), an ontic existent, individualizing itself across its internal temporality as a singular ego. In addition it inheres in a body.1 This means that psychism is apperceived in the heart of Nature. But it also means that corporeity is apperceived within intentionality itself.
Lingis, A. (1971)., Intentionality and corporeity, in A. Tymieniecka (ed.), Analecta Husserliana, Dordrecht, Reidel, pp. 75-90.
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