在读 The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl
Husserl now wants to say that the number concepts are abstracted from a collective totality. By saying this, he means the following process.20 The given collective totality consists of several determinate contents. In order to abstract the number concept from it, we do not consider those contents as such-andsuch determinate contents. Our interest focuses upon their collective combination, while the given contents are thought of as any contents, that is to say, each one as some one. What we then have is "some one, some one, some one." We then have a determinate number concept. Each given concrete totality will fall under one and only one determinate number concept.引自第8页
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