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The subjective pole of consciousness is that which is directed towards the objective pole, that is, the ‘object’ of consciousness. The subjective pole of consciousness, through a series of noetic acts, synthesizes and gives form and meaning to given and unstructured hyletic data. It constitutes the ‘object’ of consciousness as experienced. Thus, perception and experience are not mental states but are, instead, activities. The essential dynamic of consciousness is that it projects itself towards something which itself is not a ‘thing’ but is, instead, a correlate of the accompanying intentional act.
It constitutes the ‘object’ of consciousness as experienced. Thus, perception and experience are not mental states but are, instead, activities. The essential dynamic of consciousness is that it projects itself towards something which itself is not a ‘thing’ but is, instead, a correlate of the accompanying intentional act. This intentional noetic process is also called ‘egological constitution ,’ because it is through this process that the transcendental ego constitutes the ‘object’ of experience by structuring and giving meaning to otherwise meaningless data.
5 The new book series entitled: Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in Dialogue published under the general editorship of Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka has been supplemented by a variety of international phenomenology congresses sponsored by The World Phenomenology Institute presided over by Tymieniecka. Of the latest gatherings that supported this notion of dialogue, we would note the 52nd Phenomenology Congress in Rome (2002), and the 53rd Phenomenology Congress in Istanbul (2003). It is in this latter event that an earlier abridged version of this paper was presented in absentia as part of a roundtable discussion.