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The insight into what is needful is not enough, then; one must also be imbued with the right ethos and will in order to reach one’s goal. For the afflictions of his age there is “only one remedy”: “scientific critique and in addition a radical science, rising from below [von unten anhebend],76 grounded in sure fundaments, and progressing in accordance with the most rigorous method” (337)—in other words: “philosophy as rigorous science,” both as program and as ethos. This is the discipline that is to pursue the “general task” of a critique of reason.
For fulfillment is not necessarily automatic. To know what is possible for the thing in question is to know what is essential to it. Furthermore, it is to know what one ought to strive for and how one is to strive. Thus, for example, expectation has two possibilities: fulfillment or disappointment. In the case of the former, Husserl notes: “All progressive fulfillment is thus effected in the normal case as the fulfillment of expectations. They are systematized expectations, ray-systems of expectations that, in being fulfilled, are also enriched, that is, the empty sense becomes richer in sense, which fits into the prescription of sense” (Hua XI, 26).
To the level of the beginning of ‘absolutely justified science,’ of that of ‘phi- The Task of Thinking 23 losophy’”—of philosophy as rigorous science. ”130 It is a building upon the solid foundation, stone by stone, ever higher—but always with reference to that foundation. It is a building, a progression, a becoming, but never a fixed structure, never mere Being. 134 It is true, of course, that Husserl explicitly rejects the system in the traditional sense, which he understands to be something finished.