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phenomenologically

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  1. (philosophy) In a manner characteristic of phenomenology or of phenomenological philosophy.
    • 1969, Joseph Margolis, "Existential Import and Perceptual Judgments," The Journal of Philosophy, vol. 66, no. 13, p. 404,
      There is no question that, phenomenologically considered, the experience of perceiving and the experience of having a hallucination are sufficiently similar that, on the strength of what proves to be a hallucination, one may sincerely claim to have (veridically) perceived something.