What emphasis do we put on the individuals experience and how much should we? Science and economics focus on large sums of data to come up with a conclusion, thus, not regarding the individual's experience as useful removes the human experience from the equation. If we were to say that your experience is not important when it comes to our decisions within economics, social justice, or even philosophy, it removes a possibility of truth from our exploration. We are denying something that is true. I think from this we can come to the conclusion that PC politics actually informs us of truth. For someone to be upset about something, claims them to have an experience of truth that we are denying. Unless, this truth is socially construed through them thinking they need to react in a certain way. If this were the case, we'd come to the idea of power knowledge like Focault.