phenomenality

In a way, and perhaps stretching the point a little, one can say of every mental process that in it something is appearing to the particular “I” insofar as the “I” is somehow conscious of it. Accordingly, phenomenality, as a characteristic that specifically belongs to appearing and to the thing that appears, would, if understood in this broadened sense of the term, be the fundamental characteristic of the mental.

THE AMSTERDAM LECTURES <ON> PHENOMENOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

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