Temporalidad e intencionalidad pasiva en los Manuscritos C
In this article the author presents Husserl's analysis of the problem of time-consciousness in the C-Manuscripts (1929-1934). He tries to discuss the reasons why Husserl introduces the concept of "living present" and the necessity of distinguishing the originary temporalizing flux of absolute consciousness and the immanent time where acts are placed when they become object of an act of reflection. Another important issue is the introduction of a Ur-Ich, which works anonymously and temporalizes itself. lt will be also studied why Husserl considers at the end that temporalization is an non-intentional passive process that works at the deepest level of consciousness.