Every human experience has a relative position in the time-space
(1) Relation with space
Spatial location relative to the subject experiencing.
Spatial coordinates (position, distance, area, volume).
Spatial distances:distal (indirect)
Vs. proximal (direct).
(2) Relation with time
Relative temporal position with respect to instantaneous
experience. Time coordinates (timing, duration,
frequency, ..). Time relation: synchronized
(sirect) Vs. diachronic
Remembrance of endogenous experience, mental constructions.
Content from semantic memory, concerning previous mental
constructions, experience of idiosyncratic nature (structural,
declarative). A 'movie' of ideas: abstractions, concepts,
stereotypes, enz.. Includes the personal model of the
world, belief system.
Body image, self-image; - View on humanity, world,
Use of words, language.
(V / A d).
(2) Nonverbal; analog.
Behavior / signing.
Gestures (gesticulation), facial expression (mimicry), posture,
choice of clothing, jewelry, cosmetics (make-up, tattoos,
piercings, ..), tools, material creations, etc .. (V/A[KOG] a).
(3) Tonal; paralinguistic
Use of voice.
Subjectively experienced 'intrusiveness'; associative 'bond',
adhesion of experience content.
Concerning self-perception 'from outside', i.e. perceiving oneself as an
outsider at an imaginary distance ('camera position', 'birds-eye
(2) Integral / associative
Concerning perception 'from within', i.e. experiencing full personal
involvement and identification.
(1) Source of, or instance causing the activity Agent (subject).
Performer, initiator of the process/ activity. (Sensory, motor,
(2) Destination, or object of the activity Patiens (direct object).
Whoever or whatever is (meant to be) affected by the activity.
(3) The person concerned, the medium of the activity Dative (indirect object).
One who or that which is involved in or mediating the activity, is affected
only indirectly or sideways, e.g. instrumental, (dis)advantaged, etc..