In which I offer a descriptive exploration of human phenomenology. It is in epiphanies in particular that we encounter value; but it isn’t only there. Value is pervasively presented to us in the whole continuum of our subjective experience, not only the peaks in that continuum that we call epiphanies. So it is important to look at the whole continuum. Our subjective experience is very complex and very various, so I cannot examine all of it. But in this chapter I look at some important aspects.
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