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Явление во взвешенном состоянии между бытием и видимостью: от Гербарта к Гуссерлю

The paper deals with the dynamics of appearance, which is in a constant oscillation between being and seeming. This is an apodictical formal law of the life of consciousness: so much seeming, so much being. In order to clarify this, we thematize a methodological proposal made by Johann Friedrich Herbart, which would be systematically applied by Edmund Husserl. The proposal consists in leaving any object to oscillate between being and non-being. By developing this proposal, we examine phenomenological work as a praxis aiming at the enrichment of sense and a self-transformation of subjectivity. We conclude the essay by providing some remarks on how phenomenology could fruitfully appropriate Herbart's philosophical insights.