This article is based on two main concepts of hermeneutic experience (Dilthey's and Heidegger's approaches). The issues discussed concern, among other things, the question of relation between the experiencing subject's attitude and the content being experienced. The latter (objective importance) is rendered discernible from the objective content. In effect, the intentionality-based hermeneutic concept of experience reveals its basic feature: not only is daily experience independent as to content from a physical description of presence of a real object, but moreover, it constitutes the condition for soundness of the same.
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