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An open question, not critical but elucidatory - by 'sentiment' do you mean feeling in the sense of 'emotional reaction'? If so, then you might be asking one or both of two things: 1.Is there a common and distinctive emotional reaction that we have to all and only art? 2.Is it possible for art, recognised as such, not to educe any emotional reaction at ...


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There is something to it, but things are more complicated. Sellars was not arguing against Husserl specifically, it is unlikely that he was even familiar with his phenomenology. He does draw on the continental tradition, unusually for an analytic philosopher, but mostly on Kant and Hegel. And his primary target were sense data theorists like his father, ...


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This is from the Internet Enc. of Philosophy https://www.iep.utm.edu/phen-red/ "...since we are always already in a world, the first task of epistemology is to properly and accurately describe what is already the case; and we can do this only if we begin with a thorough examination of consciousness itself and carry that examination all the way back to the “...


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The following account of Husserlian phenomenological reduction might make clearer what is involved in the reduction. Some of Husserl's characterisations of the reduction come close to examples; and in the References there are suggestions for further reading in which examples are to be found: We must begin by rehearsing, once again, Husserl's descriptions ...


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Similarly to the above answers, intuition is a form of stimuli building quietly on the consciousness, allowing us to react accordingly, and most would say, correctly to a situation. This may not be a generic definition, but if we accept that, then it can be philosophically accepted and incorporated into a understanding that has fundamental effects on many ...


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SHORT ANSWER Phenomenologists redefine consciousness to include the past, present, and future as subject to its inspection. Therefore, sleep, which may lead to an interruption of perception doesn't lead to an interruption of consciousness per se. Long Answer A good introduction to phenomenology and time-consciousness can be found at the Internet ...


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