Joseph Polanik wrote:
what part of this proves that an afterimage is not an experienceable phenomenon; or, that experienceable phenomena are not different in kind from measurable phenomena (such as the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation)?
Phenomena such as an afterimage are parts of the *contents* of experience. Such contents may be categorized as quantifiable and unquantifiable, but "experience", taken to mean the sum total of all of that content, is not a part of that content. The sum total of the parts cannot be a part of itself, but the *idea* of that sum total *is* just such a part.
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