Perhaps this also explains the fact that one can see the figure
as a cube in two ways; and all similar phenomena. Because we quite truly [eben wirklich] see two different facts.
(If I look first at the corners a and only cursorily at b, then a appears in front; and vice versa.)
Do we really see two different facts? Not one fact two ways? But what is a fact? Perhaps a bit of reality [taken] in a certain way. By the definition of complex (or of perceiving a complex) given here, there are two different complexes.
Would “just actually” be better than “quite truly”?
Why is this not discussed more in the literature on seeing aspects?