WHY IS EXPERIMENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY IMPORTANT?
University of Macerata, IT
[perception and grounded cognition]
EPh is important for our understanding of perception and cognition on various levels. For example, it is needed to describe our immediate (i.e. direct, phenomenological) experience of relationships such as identity, similarity, diversity opposition; they are central not only for how we perceive the world around us, but also for how we categorize it, that is for language and thinking.