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experiential

Philosophy relating to or derived from experience; empirical
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Good facilitation techniques, like anything else, are best learned experientially.
This conscientious and painstaking study of an unusual series of texts in the later writings of Heidegger will be welcomed by those who have sought to follow his pathway into a "clearing" in which Being may be, if Dasein is truly "there," experientially appropriated.
This installation art will be used to draw audiences into the festival experientially.
Stanczak's work does not require a learned viewer, but rather one willing simply to engage, and in this sense the egalitarian address of Op art to our basic optical faculties serves Stanczak well, making his paintings as generous conceptually as they are experientially demanding.
Experientially, individual workers are acutely conscious of being part of a larger enterprise.
highlights two elements of Lonergan's "foundational worldview": his experientially verifiable account of consciousness, which reveals (authentic) subjectivity to be not an impediment to objectivity, but rather the sole means of attaining it; and his view of history as a dialectic of progress and decline grounded in, respectively, communal fidelity and infidelity to the transcultural norms of human performance that reside in the dynamism of consciousness itself.
Vahlberg concludes by showing how the philosophical puzzle is rooted in a commonplace but incomprehensible thought: my brain causes external objects to become experientially accessible.
The BioFutureBus is a custom make bus that brings a state-of-the-art science laboratory to local schools so kids can experientially learn about the mysteries of science, criminal science and DNA.
With each revision, has the viewer-listener experientially gained or lost?
With these goals in mind, college and university professors seek to design courses of study which will encourage students to think independently and which will develop students who are able to support empirically and experientially their conclusions, recommendations, and actions.

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