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Written after reading some introductory phenomenology: -=-=- Seems, of course, to be a rather thoroughgoing connection between a phenomenological appreciation of the embodied being and the nature of knowledge as exploration of the sympathies between ideas. Or, our appreciation of existing description is based, to a powerful degree, on how well it resonates with our conception of the world or the world we want. Analogical reasoning describes what we know, it reveals new learning, but it only does so in the way in which we allow ourselves to vibrate in or out of tune with the world. Husserl regards phenomenology as a way of describing without the weights of the tunes. More modern views eschew such things: there is always the interpretive dance, coming through our senses. We know what we want to know by what we what we allow ourselves to feel, smell, see, hear, etc.
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