Distribution Automatique

Thursday, May 13

notebook: 3/23/87

Edmund Husserl: "Written signs are, when
considered from a purely corporeal point
of view, straighforwardly, sensibly,
experiencable. And it is always possible
that they may be intersubjectively
experiencable in common."
(*Origin of Geometry*, p. 164)

1. Freud analyzes himself by writing.
2. Freud recommends thereafter that
all writing about psychoanalysis be in
the third person and be scientific and
3. He discloses *his* dreams and decides
that analysts thereafter should not do this.
4. This idea accords with the then present
idea of scientific objectivity.
5. Subjectivity remains an acute
philosophical problem.