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The phenomenological world is not pure being, but rather the sense that shines forth at the intersection of my experiences, and at the intersection of my experiences with those of others through a sort of gearing into each other. The phenomenological world is thus inseparable from subjectivity and intersubjectivity, which establish their unity through the taking up of my past experiences into my present experiences, or the other person’s experience into my own. ( Maurice Merleau-Ponty, from his Preface to Phenomenology of Perception )