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23 September 2012—Academic Autobiography: Working the Field (1b)
23 September 2011—Remonstrance: Not Cliché (or you have missed the point)
|[a] Appearing to consciousness RF|
O.k., I may be filled with wonder, but I know how to start this month long voyage. So let's start with a very simple definition. We'll work it out from there. In a nutshell, phenomenology is the study of consciousness (and it's "structures") from a first-person perspective.
It is what I see, smell, hear, touch, and taste.
|[b] Perception RF|
Phenomenology is highly critical of smug, self-assured observers content with what they regard as their "objectivity."
Tomorrow—it all goes back to Immanuel Kant.
|[c] Immer noch RF|