Authentic / Inauthentic (Eigentlichen / Uneigentlichen)
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Edmund Husserl, Philosophy of Arithmetic: Chapter XI
 
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A symbolic or inauthentic representation is, as the name already indicates, a representation by means of signs. If a content is not directly given to us as that which it is, but rather only indirectly through signs which univocally characterize it, then we have a symbolic representation of it instead of an authentic one. (Edmund Husserl, Philosophy of Arithmetic: Chapter XI)

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