Husserl’s and Carnap’s Theories of Space



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    86 I am not sure whether the Aufbau constructions can be understood as performed on the ground of the natural science or monosubjective experience, for Carnap says about the Welt (even the Welt der Wissenschaft, (Aufbau-1, 200), and not only about the Wirklichkeit (92) (as he did in the Chaos). However he says also about the Wirklichkeit in sense of the Aussenwelt (131) The terms Aufbau or logische Aufbau are not technical one in the constitution theory, they become technical in the ‘structuralisticly’ translated Aufbau-2.

    87 Aufbau § 62.

    88 ibid.

    89Cf. Seibt, Constitution…, 163-165.

    90 Carnap says about die räumlische Ordnung der physichen Wirklichkeit (Aufbau-1, 129).

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