From: Glenn Bradford (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 21 2005 - 02:57:59 GMT
When Pirsig says that we access the Absolute through
literal sentient experience, he means we are doing so
without the assistance of biology. When Pirsig says
that feeling corresponds to biological quality, he
doesn't mean that the feeling is primary. I believe
his claim is that there is a direct sense of quality
before the feeling - a split second before. In the
case of hot stoves, you sense the low quality of the
event before feeling the pain. Hope this helps.
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