Phenomenalism is the last conceptual precise I will write for now. Out of all the precise I have written this one seems to be the closest to my overall belief system. Phenomenalism is what we perceive to be real is real.
Perception is the key to understanding phenomenalism. One way to look at it is sensory data; where unless you actually see what it is there is no conclusive evidence as to what is there is no way to determine an objects existence or nonexistence. So anything I think that maybe can actually be. There is no limit.
Phenomenalism coincides with my endless possibility belief system. Possibilities are what keeps me the most motivated. To know in my heart that anything is possible is what I find as the biggest motivation in my life. If everything can be since I don’t know then it is.
When I asked my friends about phenomenalism they agreed with my view on it. Phenomenalism is the unknown and by accepting this there is nothing that is known and therefore anything is possible. We only know what we are able to see.
Phenomenalism doesn’t relate to anything I can think of that I have previously discussed which is kind of fitting in a way. I think the only thing I can relate to is my philosophical framework I chose for this term which was “knowledge is negligible”. There is no certainty in this framework and so we use whatever data we can accumulate to draw conclusions that are never fully conclusive but help us achieve answers that we can believe. So there is no limits on what may or may not be.