The totalizing act as mediator of the ideal and real
Husserl effected a decisive shift in his doctrine of concepts, leading him to reject entirely the immanent object, only two or three years following his masterful accounting for it in terms of totalizing intuition.
Cooper-Wiele, J. (1989). The totalizing act as mediator of the ideal and real, in The totalizing act, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 90-108.
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