Neurophenomenology and Simulation: Philosophical Ground Control and a Sharpening of Our Tools
As research into emotions and affective phenomena, such as awe and wonder grows, so will the methodological challenges for addressing such inquiries. These inherently nebulous and conceptually ambiguous topics draw the interests of researchers from various disciplines, each coming with distinct perspectives and biases concerning what counts as good answers to their questions. While this meeting of perspectives will inevitably introduce some methodological conflict, there are specific practical considerations that can assist in disentangling such conflicts.
KeywordsPhenomenal Character Phenomenological Method Shared Mental Model Leaky Bucket Enactive Approach
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