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Understood phenomenologically, then, evidence, as any intentional consciousness of the genuine existent, cannot mean merely the grade of certainty of a determinate cognition, irrespective of the interpretation of being that grounds it. Evidence is not a dignified cognition that is dogmatically established in advance but, rather, the problematic concept of the original knowledge which is sought. That is, "evidence" here is not the theme of a psychological or epistemological characterization, a theme that presupposes that evidence must only bc investigated, not sought.
That the nature of knowledge of the existent can no longer be looked for on the hasis of an established acquaintance. What is sought is genuine knowledge of the genuine existcnt. The setting forth of the idea of an original access to the existent is not a claim, not an anticipatory decree of such an access but, rather, the establishment of a possibility of sensc. If genuine knowledge of the existent is possible at ali, then it can be grounded only by the genuine existent's being revealed and being originally shown.
This hasiust as often led to a misjudging of the true sense of his concept of philosophy. H usserJ himself regretted the fact that a truly appropriate expression for the essence of philosophy was already possessed by a positive science, viz. archaeology. 4. The Presentation of" the Existent Itsell[Die Selbstgebung des Seienden] The characterization of the formulation of the fundamental problem of phenomenology as the questioning of the whole of the existent by projecting the idea of a primal state of human cognition is still essentially formal.