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This paper takes as its point of departure Husserl's claim that the only world we can speak of is the one given in consciousness or that presents itself to intuition. Husserl's insistence on the world's status as a phenomenon whose being can never be verified, as such a verification would require an act of mind, has led to the accusation that phenomenology is nothing but a form of idealism that discounts the validity of everything apart from consciousness. This paper turns this accusation ondoi:10.5399/uo/konturen.8.0.3700 fatcat:poo64gjr3je7lgqsnfhmzc72da