“Our spontaneous experience of the world, charged with subjective, emotional, and intuitive content, remains the vital and dark ground of all of our objectivity.” – (Abram, 1996, p. 34) “Phenomenology is a low-hovering, in-dwelling, meditative philosophy that glories in the concreteness of person-world relations and accords lived experience, with all its indeterminancy and ambiguity, primacy […]

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There is something here that is inexpressible and yet inescapably prevalent in every part of the whole overall effect of what might be called a phenomenon, something happening. We perceive the world and grasp it and at once it slips away, mutating its form into a new configuration of our perceptual state. At what point […]

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