It is spoken today of naturalizing phenomenology. This paper argues that this attempt is unrelated to the phenomenology, since how things appear cannot be led back to how our mind is made. At the same time it refuses to regard introspection as a method of phenomenology. This describes, as a matter of fact, inner legalities to the phenomena. This perspective is esemplified through a critic of the neuroscientific notion of simulation. At last, we devepol the notion of giveness, i.e. the idea that experience organizes itself in a temporal way, and that the method of phenomenology is the explication [Auslgung]of this temporal organisation.
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