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IPA Activity 1: Reflexivity and bracketing (Epoché) Husserl argued that it was necessary to bracket off one’s natural attitude (or everyday way of perceiving the world) in order to discern the essence of the ‘things in their appearing’. Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty asserted that Husserl was wrong when he thought it possible to transcend (step outside) individual experience and take a ‘God’s eye view’. They argued instead that all experience is grounded in our embodied being- in-the-world and that it is just not possible to assume a ‘view from nowhere’. This is why we need to take a reflexive approach to IPA research.
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Preconceptions The following videos are of people recounting their out of body experiences. Prior to watching these, please note down your pre-existing understanding of this phenomenon. Do you already have an understanding of/or explanation for/or some experience of, out of body experiences?
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