the very basic barebones resource diagram
This is an actual mind print.
It is not a visualization of the barebones. It is, however, a visualization of the barebones communication project.
As you see in the illustration, phenomenology play a special role. So do hermeneutics. Phenomenology is first and foremost a method of investigation. Hermeneutics are its first born child. (There will, of course, be much more about this later).
Phenomenology investigates into the conditions for the possible, e.g. what are the perceptual layers, and constituents that are needed to be present for perception to occur. These conditions could be called hermeneutics, or the universal filtering of the world.
Obviously we ask very basic questions here. Some call it philosophy. Some say ontology.
The good thing is, that if we can provoke some answers, we will be able to close in on the barebones of communication. The very basics.
Gestalt psychology, naturalistic psychology, semiology or and semiotics, and the experiential area, not to forget, operates within the conditions for the possible. They are regional scientific operations, and results, that in detail open up the area of communication. Phenomenology and hermeneutics, on the other hand, are universals.
Find this a bit obscure? Don’t, because it isn’t. Unless you want it to be problematic. Just take a look a the illustration above. That is the ways it works with barebones .
Do you know what Edmund Husserl called his type of phenomenological investigation? He called it radical empiricism. Husserl used this notion at about the same it was used by the American philosopher William James.
Husserl also talks about going zu den the Sachen selbst. Or you could say: to the bare bones.
Get the idea?
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