By Jim Ruddy
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28. We don’t need either Russell’s discredited set theory of classes, or Wittgenstein’s mystic advancement beyond such a set theory, to understand the rational assumption of a final and glorified apophansis, itself ruling over all possible apophanses at the exact center of the transcendental imagination, itself suddenly viewed as a pure source of all ontological knowledge. In the silence before that shy grandmaster of adesse, Thomas Aquinas, begins his repetitive, entirely formal and even mind-numbing Commentary on the Metaphysics of Aristotle, what shining, landscape-shifting images was he then, in that primal silence, marshaling, out of deluge, saving and turning images like the lifted animals on the rafts of Noah?
In other words, the matrix of towardness, with its nested asymmetricality, that is the crucial, pivot-object of convergent phenomenology is nothing if not a moving image and centralized (and being-orderedinto-itself) model of purely formal towardness itself. As Poinsot held: without our retuning to the very facts themselves and thus seeing (and CONVERGENT PHENOMENOLOGY AND ADESSE OBJECTIVITY 39 fully experiencing) actually existing relations out in the world as workable models, no authentic a priori science can ever hope to emerge as a finally authentic and finally truthful science.
In dealing with Stein’s honesty of mind and her matter-of-fact clarity, such a point of strict phenomenological origins must guide every other interpretation of her system. I cannot emphasize this enough. One cannot in CONVERGENT PHENOMENOLOGY AND ADESSE OBJECTIVITY 41 truth believe and follow those phenomenological “purists” who offhandedly dismiss Stein’s later writings as willfully suspect in such a fashion. Such dismissal is akin to dismissing a brilliant geometer’s mature and systematic writings simply because of some personal religion to which she might have eventually adhered.