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- Recognizable qualitative characters of the given.--C. I. Lewis (1929)
- Parts of experiential knowledge, i.e., that which can only be known through experience.
- The introspectively accessible, phenomenal aspects of our mental lives.--Stanford Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy
- Simplest forms of experience.
- Outlets of the flow of experience (from consciousness).
- Finest levels of (mental) qualities.
- Finest levels of feeling.
- Junction points between being and experiencing.
- Starting points of becoming.
- Introspectible and seemingly monadic properties of sense datum, but universal, not particular.
- Quale is to quality as quantum is to quantity. (Etymologically)
- Subjective qualities of conscious experience.
- Subjective sensations. --Ramachandran