noematic


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no·e·mat·ic

(nō'e-mat'ik),
Rarely used term relating to the mental processes.
[G. noēma, perception, a thought]
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In other words, they are not real, as they do not inhere within Existence (let alone Being!) and its noematic mirror: they are apparitions upon Existence and that mirror.
We analyze our "noetic" intentionalities and their objective "noematic" correlates, but when we do so "the hypothetical 'as though' never achieves, in phenomenology, the detached impersonal affirmation that this is how things are irrespective of our conscious awareness." (16) Masterson says that phenomenology does not share in the convictions of the person in the natural attitude but suspends such beliefs and simply reflects on them and their correlative phenomena, which are now taken to be enclosed in the immanence of consciousness.
On the one side is the knowing ego, what Husserl called the "noetic" (or subjective) pole; and on the other there is the intentional object, the "noematic" (or objective) pole.
Hunger is made to grow through a belief that literature has always had a "power," an intention, inherent acts of manifestation which involve both the noematic and the noetic.
(25.) See Howard (1966: 220) for a differentiation between noetic (meaning giving components) and noematic (its intended or meant object) aspects of an experience and the need to consider both when analysing hallucinatory experiences.
Objective noematic properties, which are intentional, thereby differ from sensuous impressions, which are purely subjective and hyletic.
Therefore, as soon as the prism of alterity is in place, one is stuck in a false dilemma: that is, the other is only envisaged in what we may call her "alterating function" diminished to the level of a noematic object, subject to the egoism or the auto-idolatry of the self.
Shaun Gallagher makes a similar point about "objective" time as ultimately reducible to the solipsistic "theater of subjectivity" in philosophical terms: "Even objective time, to the extent that it is allowed to play its role, is something that is filtered through individual consciousness, something that appears at the end of the intentional process, a constituted noematic time" (108).
B.'s work brings to light the genius of Husserl's rigorous method and his acute theoretical distinctions, such as that between the full noema, "the complex of noematic moments," and the noematic core, "a singular, identical moment" of the noema (138).
Such scholarship is not fundamentally concerned with the noematic and designative content of the biblical speakers' illocutionary acts.
zinni- is a noematic feature of COMPLETION,(2) which is not an essential component of sino or its compounds.(3) Briefly to illustrate we can compare KBo 19.142 ii 20-22 mahhanmakan UDU arkuwanzi zinnanzi nu UZUNIG.GIG UZUSA happinit zanuwanzi UDU-makan hamandan markanzi 'when they finish gutting (i.e., removing the organs of) the sheep, they cook the intestines and heart with fire, but the entire sheep (torso) they butcher' (CHD 3.188) with Ter.