What results from a change in perspective on the locus of writer’s block?
What are the claims in the story of writer’s block?
What are useful metaphors for understanding writer’s block?
How can we talk about disgust in a way that matches the force of it as an experience?
Can knowledge and experience ever reflect each other?
What must phenomenology do to be able to see past difficult cultural frameworks to the experience of things themselves?
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.