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The formation of absolutely possible experiences and their correlative domain

White, Apliit (2022) The formation of absolutely possible experiences and their correlative domain. [Preprint]

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This paper focuses on the domain of "absolutely possible experiences", as its theme suggests. Absolutely possible experience is a general term for experience that exceeds the universality of experience that we generally consider valid in many cases.
Validity is the interpretation of real events that we associate with some event through reason. Regardless of the nature of the event, we focus only on the act of perceiving it as such. It can be thought of as a detached way of thinking, similar to noesis in Husserl's phenomenology.
Before touching on the subject of absolutely possible experience in this paper, I have developed my own theory about the concept of experience itself, in order to help people understand the meaning of the frequently used term "experience correlation".
Experience has been the subject of numerous arguments by various philosophers to this day, but I would like to emphasize only a few important points. It is experience is a general term for a variety of correlations, which can be roughly divided into two areas: intrinsic experience and transferable experience.
These were conceived by using the ideas of reason, enlightenment, and categories proposed by Kant's philosophy, which defined essential experience as that which is common to all people's perception of experience and transferable experience as that which changes.
The idea of empirical correlations used in these concepts is also important in thinking about absolutely possible experiences. In this paper, I have argued that excessive universalization of correlations leads to the formation of an absolutely possible experience, which only affects the external. I hope that the reader will be able to reflect on some of the mysterious fallacies we still fall into today.

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Item Type: Preprint
Keywords: domain
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Cognitive Science
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Depositing User: Mr. Apliit White
Date Deposited: 16 Feb 2022 03:35
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2022 03:35
Item ID: 20225
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Cognitive Science
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Date: 15 February 2022

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