The preceding chapter described the six rather complex phases of the method used in this study. The central or underlying goal of this complex method, however, is simple: to describe inner experiences without distortion. It is always a characteristic of such phenomenologically oriented attempts that the description of method is problematic in the sense that its most important feature is impossible to specify adequately. That central feature is the “without distortion” phrase in the above simple expression.
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