Is a change in perception about our writing possible? What can we learn from the neck of a dove?
Shall we blame the writer for writer’s block?
How can we talk about disgust in a way that matches the force of it as an experience?
Writing in phenomenology is Ausdruck, not a result.
Messy, difficult and inconsistent. That is good philosophy.
Want something for free? The world, the oyster, are given to you. Giveness is a quality of the world bestowed to anyone who cares to perceive.
To write a defence of masochism is a brave and difficult task. Weak claims about pain and pleasure undermine the effort.
Phenomenology can seem like a lot of long words and concepts but it’s really a process for seeing the world as it is.
Too often, phenomenology is made into a step-by-step process that claims a knowledge outcome. Knowledge, however, in a phenomenological study, is an altogether different beast.