DefinitionsThese definitions are intended to be the simplest translation from how the subject is before the mind into the English language. The reader would better understand these definitions if he would focus on what is in or before his mind and presently ignore distinctions between mind and physical world.
object - that which is or can be separated out
reference - a pointing, a directedness, a gesturing; reference always intends to refer to an object.
presented - anything here and now.
phenomenon - any experience: thought, feeling, sensation, emotion, concept, intuition, etc. Anything with a This reference would be included.
This - a type of refence that refers to what is presented.
That - a type of reference that refers to what is not presented.