For phenomenology, unraveling the diverse senses in which one can speak of worlds and the world is central to identifying and correcting the ontological misconceptions of self and world which have created the distinctively modern predicaments of philosophy: the problem of the external world and of other minds, the “secondary” status of sensuous qualities, naturalism, historicism, relativism and scientism.
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