This article aims to understand the articulation of the three different levels of temporal constitution in Husserl’s phenomenology. The first paragraph explores the meaning of noematic temporalization, i.e. the temporal constitution of the objects of experience. The second paragraph is dedicated to noetic temporalization, i.e. the temporal constitution of the acts through which the I experiences objects. Finally, the third paragraph deals with the temporal constitution of hyle, or sensation. It clarifies the status of hyletic temporalization and analyzes its relationship with noetic temporalization, sc. egoic temporalization, arguing for the primacy of the former over the latter.
Keywords: Ego, Phenomenology, Husserl, Hyle, Sensation, Temporality