“Phenomenological experience” – this is of course nothing but that sort of
reflection in which the mental becomes accessible to us in its own special
Whatever in the mental links it with or places it in Nature is to be left
outside the topic.
Edmund Husserl, Phenomenological Psychology, 218
Mental lived experiences or processes [die
seelische Erlebnisse], in and of themselves, do not, therefore, either singly or
combined into wholes, possess any concretely real uniting form [reale Einheitsf
orm] of coexistence and succession of the type one finds in concrete and
real spatiotemporality.