Opening up the field of transcendental experience transcendental, phenomenological and apodictic reduction
If I hypothesize in evidently possible manner that the universe, the entire endless space with all in it, does not exist despite the con-cordantly continuously streaming world experience, then I may be permitted to ask: What would remain then, unaffected and perhaps apodictically existing? But is not "the universe" identical to "the totality of being"? Hence, does not my question ask, absurdly: What if nothing at all existed? Yet, this critical insight that I acquired, concerns, upon closer reflection, not the totality of entities in the broadest sense, but more precisely the entities of mundane | experi-ence, of objective being.
Husserl Edmund (2019) First philosophy: lectures 1923/24 and related texts from the manuscripts (1920-1925). Dordrecht, Springer.
Husserl Edmund (2019) Opening up the field of transcendental experience transcendental, phenomenological and apodictic reduction, In: First philosophy, Dordrecht, Springer, 274–285.