protend

protend

(prəʊˈtɛnd)
vb
1. (tr) to stretch forth
2. (intr) to protrude
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we protend them--and we retend the notes that are no longer heard.
When we hear a melody, we will always protend further notes of the music.
When we protend a certain note in a melody, that note is not yet fulfilled (as Husserls says, the protention has a "not-yet" status).
In this case, we retain "I love" and we protend "you".
Protentions and their fulfllments likewise may link serially from moment to moment or may protend towards unities interpreted as events in themselves.
We might protend x event or object, but that will not generate a chain of further protentions that emanate from x, because x does not yet exist in the first place.
Unfortunately, Gallagher does not spell out his ideas much more; but there are three obvious ideas that we can conclude from his analysis: first, the content of our experiences affect our temporal structure--in particular, what we retain seems to constrain the objects that we will protend in the future.
When we notice that some things in particular are protended and some others are not (as when, for example, we protend notes x or y in a melody, but not notes a or b), the following question arises: what exactly motivates our interest or expectation in one particular thing over the other?
Her background experiential horizon does not include the notion of the watch as a whole, thus it would be impossible for her to protend or experience the spring to be a part.
Although firmly rooted in the body, the affect protends to its virtual becoming.
41) The diachronic function in this story asserts itself as dominant through the progressive movement of tenses from past ("called"), to contemporaneous present ("is running"), to a present that protends the future ("go [on]").
Furthermore, choices within the campus environment such as which college or program protends the type of curriculum and learning environment that in turn is believed to effect the transitions for Asian students within the collegiate experience.