Experience by itself is not science.
Natural objects, for example, must be experienced before any theorizing about them can occur.
To begin with, we put the proposition: pure phenomenology is the science of pure consciousness.
We would be in a nasty position indeed if empirical science were the only kind of science possible.
Philosophers, as things now stand, are all too fond of offering criticism from on high instead of studying and understanding things from within.
Within this widest concept of object, and specifically within the concept of individual object, Objects and phenomena stand in contrast with each other.
In a few decades of reconstruction, even the mathematical natural sciences, the ancient archetypes of theoretical perfection, have changed habit completely!
At the lowest cognitive level, they are processes of experiencing, or, to speak more generally, processes of intuiting that grasp the object in the original.
What is thematically posited is only what is given, by pure reflection, with all its immanent essential moments absolutely as it is given to pure reflection.
In all the areas within which the spiritual life of humanity is at work, the historical epoch wherein fate has placed us is an epoch of stupendous happenings.