noematically

noematically

(ˌnəʊɪˈmætɪkəlɪ)
adv
(Philosophy) philosophy in terms of an object of perception
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Instead of saying that philosophy speaks about the noema, it may be less misleading to say that as philosophers we "speak noematically" about the thing.
any act may be intended noematically, strictly objectively, focusing on
Genetic investigations into the field of transcendental tradition implied in the horizon should thus find a structuring guide in the noematically oriented philosophy of cultural forms.