Phenomenalism is sometimes described as a type of reductionism. Information about a complex object might be reduced to simple sensory details. For example, ignoring the many interesting features of the ice cream cone displayed above, an individual could focus on its characteristics as food: cool, creamy, and sweet. However, as that ice cream is eaten, its impact on the senses might go further.…
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