This chapter examines philosophers Edmund Husserl and Henri Bergson's view on the concept of time. According to Husserl, absolute consciousness constitutes a primal source point as a retained, present, and protented impression. It explains that Bergson's approach to duration through consciousness is somewhat similar to Immanuel Kant's, and he sees time generation as resulting from reflection.
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