People can have phenomenological experiences independently of physical phenomenons and vice versa.
Learn to read:
The perception of sound is a phenomenological event that presents itself to our consciousness awareness.
..i.e. said independence is precluded by the totality of this awful, awful monstrousity of a sentence. Yes, reading a 14 word sentence all the way through is hard!
I think what you had in mind was "phenomenally".
It's nice that you know so many long words. But no, that you hold this belief is because you haven't learned to read full sentences and so do not understand why the use of "phenomenological" was redundant, obscurantist and pretentious in context.
Edited by scuttle - 2/18/13 at 4:12am