[Buddha-l] What is direct experience?

Gad Horowitz horowitz at chass.utoronto.ca
Fri Dec 3 10:02:42 MST 2010

just google "structural differential".
but first bare your arm and give yourself a good PINCH.
whatever you SAY it "is" or about it, is NOT it.

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>> > see alfred korzybski (general semantics) the
>> structural
>> > differential.
>> > if you're serious.
> I am serious, though distractible :-) I assume that the idea most 
> generally is that our verbal knowledge obscures a sort of direct awareness 
> that cannot be verbalized... but before I hunt the book down may I ask 
> what you think the relation between the two understandings are: e.g. do 
> they have the same content, do they have the same object, or what exactly?
> Thanks for any reply,
> Luke
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