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A Phenomenology of Mind and Body

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Abstract

Phenomenology is a program of descriptive ontology. It avoids all theorizing which transcends explication of appearances. To limn this character of our program we will refer to phenomenologically explicated features of being as “senses” or “significances.” The senses or significances of appearances are the presented meaning of being-for-us. The general constitutive significances of appearances are the categories of appearance. Insofar as they are intellectually apprehended as notes of meaning, they are notional. They are presented as apprehendable by reason.1

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Physical Object Physical World Physical Body Mental Life Categorial Relation 
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    B. Libet, et al., “Responses of Human Somatosensory Cortex to Stimuli below Threshold for Conscious Sensation,” in Science 158, (22 December 1967), p. 1597.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands 1973

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