WHY IS EXPERIMENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY IMPORTANT?
University of Macerata, IT
[history of the ancient philosophy, Aristotle]
Phenomena are for Aristotle both the starting point and the end point of any theoretical investigation. Eph is interesting since everything we know from the EPh about the conditions that make things appear as they do, is important for us too: we are given a new lens to look at the world of phenomena, to notice details, and this stimulates us to consider things in a new light.