"The experience has to be formulated in order to be communicated. To formulate requires getting outside of it, (seeing) it as another would see it, (considering) what points of contact it has with the life of another so that it may be got into such form that he can appreciate its meaning." (Source: Democracy and Education by John Dewey)
- How should I understand the two brackets, seeing and considering? Are they participial construction? If so, which one do they mean when, while or and?
- Or, are they gerund in the place of an object of the verb requires like "getting outside of it"? If so, why is not there a conjunction "and" between it and considering?
Could you help me clarify it? Thank you.