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T h e requirement that the cultural sciences should proceed presuppositionlessly was understood to mean freedom from world-view assumptions. 5 Motives, as one kind of presupposition, were eliminated by Husserl in his use of the phenomenological method; 6 or at least only phenomenological motives were allowed. There were to be no motives derived from the natural world, or from any non-phenomenological realm, any more than there were to be prejudgments. T h e attempt to dispense with presuppositions in all meanings of the term requires the disregard, or the suspension, of all traditional formal and non-formal assumptions.
These include motivation, influences, significance for society and history, as well as beliefs. According to Brentano, 4 for example, the term " p r e suppositionless " meant " f r e e from p r e j u d i c e " or from prejudgments. T h e requirement that the cultural sciences should proceed presuppositionlessly was understood to mean freedom from world-view assumptions. 5 Motives, as one kind of presupposition, were eliminated by Husserl in his use of the phenomenological method; 6 or at least only phenomenological motives were allowed.
262 ε ; et passim. C f . Summa Theol. 1, Q u . 85, A r t . 11, et passim. 8 Descartes seriously u n d e r m i n e d it b y m a i n t a i n i n g that t h e "objective" c o n t e n t of all " i d e a s " w i t h the e x c e p t i o n of one m i g h t b e r e g a r d e d as subjectively " c a u s e d . " 9 Soph. 262 e. 6 7 HUSSERL'S CRITIQUE OF PSYCHOLOGISM 25 whether psychically apprehended or not, determines a possible apprehension. Each such apprehension, when humanly actualized, determines a particular feeling of evidence, which is part of the experience of a particular individual, and subject to various, accidental, psychological conditions.
Philosophical Essays in Memory of Edmund Husserl by Marvin Farber