What follows is a translation of Volume X in the Husserliana series, the critical edition of the works of Edmund HusserI. I Volume X was published in 1966. Its editor, Rudolf Boehm, provided the title: Zur Phiinomen%gie des inneren Zeitbewusst seins (1893-1917). Some of the texts included in Volume X were published during HusserI's lifetime, but the majority were not. Given the fact that the materials assembled in Volume X do not constitute a single and previously published Husserlian work, some acquaintance with their history and chronology is indis pensable to understanding them. These introductory remarks are intended to provide the outlines of such an acquaintance, together with a brief account of the main themes that appear in the texts. The Status of the Texts In 1928, HusserI's "Vorlesungen zur Phanomenologie des inneren Zeitbewusstseins" appeared in the Jahrbuch fur Philoso- I Edmund Husserl, Zur Phiinomen%gie des inneren Zeitbewusstseins (1893~1917) [On the phenomenology of the consciousness of internal time (l893~1917)I, herausgegeben von Rudolf Boehm, Husserliana X (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1966). The references in Roman numerals that occur in parentheses in this Introduction are to Rudolf Boehm's "Editor's Introduction" to Husserliana X. References in Arabic numerals, unless otherwise noted, will be to this translation. Corresponding page numbers of Husserliana X will be found in the margins of the translation. The translation includes Parts A and B of Husserliana X, with Boehm's notes.
Part 1 Lectures on the phenomenology of the consciousness of internal time - first part: the lectures on the consciousness of internal time from the year 1905; Brentano's theory of the origin of time; analysis of consciousness of time; the levels of constitution pertaining to time and temporal objects; addenda and supplements to the analysis of time-consciousness from the years 1905-1910. Part 2 Supplementary texts setting froth the development of the problem: on the introduction of the essential distinction between "Fresh" memory and "Full" recollection and about the change in contyent and differences in apprehension in the consciousness of time; the suspension of objective time, the temporal object, the phenomenology of objectivation and its aporiae; seefelder manuscripts on individuation; on the dissolution of the schema - apprehension-content - apprehension; on the primary conclusion of the investigations.