By Rudolf Bernet
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Leave about 12¼. 15 Also in mid-November 1936, Beckett came across yet another German Expressionist, Franz Marc’s, aphorisms and letters on ‘subject, predicate, object relations in painting’, commenting in the ‘German Dairies’: ‘The object particularises, banalises the “thought”. Which gives me: Musik is Satz ohne Objekt. ’ But if Beckett’s notes on Marc’s ‘alogical’ painting methods explicitly ‘affirm the ability of the artist Beckett, Husserl, Sartre and ‘Meaning Creation’ 27 to intuitively grasp the true form of things being appearance’—the same phenomenological peering behind the veil of objects to glimpse the thing-in-itself, Husserl’s ‘essence of beings’—they simultaneously imply something else.
Es ist für uns ein Gemeinplatz geworden, dass man die Welt, das Dingan-sich, nur aus unserem Bewusstsein, aus unserem subjektiven Denken erschliessen dürfe u. nicht umgekehrt. Ist schon zur banalsten Erfahrung eine Vergleichung zweier Wahrnehmungen, also Denken notwendig, so ist jede höhere Erfahrung, jede Wissenschaft mit ihren sogenannten Gesetzen, ein Hinzukommen des Denkens zur Erfahrung. Gesetzmässigkeit ist regelmässige Ursächlichkeit; u. den Begriff der Ursache hat noch niemals eine blosse Wahrnehmung in der Welt gefunden.
An introduction to Husserlian phenomenology by Rudolf Bernet