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The Journal of School & Society
When we reflect upon an experience instead of just having it, we inevitably distinguish between our own attitude and the objects toward which we sustain the attitude... Such reflection upon experience gives rise to a distinction of what we experience (the experienced) and the experiencing-the how.fatcat:gaycmg2jizawxe2eka5yb3o6zy