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The phenomenological question of consciousness usually associated with Husserl (although there are echoes of this in Augustine as in Marcus Aurelius, Kant and Schopenhauer), is the consciousness of the now, the present moment. I explore this consciousness for Erwin Schrödinger, which for him included reference to the Upaniṣads together with Nietzsche’s central teaching or “thinking” of the eternal recurrence of the same.
Babich, Babette, "Schrödinger and Nietzsche and Life: Eternal Recurrence and the Conscious Now" (2014). Articles and Chapters in Academic Book Collections. 59.