You seem to deny the existence of something;
on the other hand you say you don't deny the any existence: why should it seem as if you did? You seem to say: ‘there is only …’ You deny, ˇit seems, the backgroun[g|d] of the expression of sensations. But I Doesn't the expression point to something beyond itself? – If we see the feeling as a background to the expression then we can always assume that we are wrong in thinking that this background doesn't change; we can
assume that our memory at each instant cheats us & that we use the expression bona fide to express something different each time. So that one might say: it doesn't matter what is behind the expression so long as it is a bona fide expression of it.