“... But what, exactly, does analysis undertake to do in this case? Primarily nothing but to trace the elements and the structure of the phenomena obtained by intuiting. It does not in any sense demand dissecting them into separate parts. It comprises the distinguishing of the constituents of the phenomena as well as the exploration of their relations to and connection with adjacent phenomena”.
the phenomenological movement. a historical introduction by herbert spiegelberg, essentials of the method, page 690-691. martinus nijhoff publishers 1984, the hague/boston/lancaster.