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This latter point leads to the second guise of the ego, namely, as a principle of selfawareness. Phenomenological analysis shows that the stream of consciousness – the ongoing awareness of the world around us – entails an awareness of itself in being aware of the world. Husserl’s commitment to a transcendental ego is in part motivated by this demand. But as Zahavi – following Sartre – has shown, this self-awareness cannot be conceived on the model of an intentional act directed upon the ego engaged in intentional acts.