As the discipline of psychology emerged late in the 19thcentury, however, phenomena took on a somewhat different guise. InFranz Brentano’s Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint(1874), phenomena are what occur in the mind: mental phenomena are actsof consciousness (or their contents), and physical phenomena areobjects of external perception starting with colors and shapes. ForBrentano, physical phenomena exist “intentionally” in acts ofconsciousness. This view revives a Medieval notion Brentano called“intentional in-existence”, but the ontology remains undeveloped (whatis it to exist in the mind, and do physical objects exist only in themind?). More generally, we might say, phenomena are whatever we areconscious of: objects and events around us, other people, ourselves,even (in reflection) our own conscious experiences, as we experiencethese. In a certain technical sense, phenomena are things asthey are given to our consciousness, whether in perception orimagination or thought or volition. This conception of phenomena wouldsoon inform the new discipline of phenomenology.
Learn more about the kinestheticÂ .Psychology Definition of KINESTHETIC RECEPTOR: Found in muscles, tendons and joints and any of the sensory receptors that monitor the position andÂ .Learn more about the kinesthetic senses.
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Provides constant sensory feedback of the muscles in your body are doing duringÂ .The Kinesthetic Sense is the what is the kinesthetic system and vestibular system?