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Every discourse, every interpretative process, every communication fails. The virtual sense of their genesis for the sake of which we have employed all our resources, escapes a finalization, a completion of its meaning. Does it mean that we face a void upon reaching the breaking point of its pursuit? This would undoubtedly be the case in an isolated, self-centered search for the meaning of life or of human existence - as presented by Kafka, Camus, and other contemporary writers. nourish and stimulate its advance; without it, the search becomes sterile and dies.
Royal Van Gorcum, Assen,1966, pp. 13-25. , pp. 77-90. MAN THE CREATOR AND HIS TRIPLE TELOS 29 8 I have proposed the distinction between 'construction' and 'reconstruction' in 'Self and the Other in man's Self-Interpretation', pp. 156-161, Analecta Husserliana, vol. VI. -T. Tymieniecka, Why is there Something rather than Nothing? pp. 23-71 lac. cit. also p. 95. , pp. 33-34. , pp. 29-39. , p. 33. , pp. 77-158. -T. Tymieniecka, 'Initial Spontaneity,' Analecta Husserliana, vol. 17-21. 15 ct. -T. Tymieniecka, 'Imaginatio Creatrix,' Analecta Husserliana, vol.
However, Aristotle devotes particular attention to the fmal cause, the only one he tries to demonstrate as being necessary. I must immediately say that, to my mind, such particular attention to the final cause is not due to theoretical motives, as if it were the object of a particular justification or assumed a particular meaning within the doctrine of causality. The final cause is not only the only one claimed by Aristotle as his own, original "discovery," but it is, to his mind, de facto contradicted by the undertaking of a "physical" investigation which, ignoring the fmal cause, resorts to a theoretical structure of a mechanistic type which would seem to render it superfluous if not insignificant.
A Study of Husserl's Formal and Transcendental Logic by Suzanne Bachelard