a Gurwitschian critique of theory of mind
Gurwitsch's account of how we encounter others provides a corrective contrast to contemporary approaches to social cognition. His analysis is based on phenomenology, but also appeals to psychology and studies of pathology. As such, it shows how there can be phenomenological intervention in the cognitive sciences. This chapter relates Gurwitsch's analysis to contemporary discussions of theory of mind, primary intersubjectivity, and recent discoveries in neuroscience.
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Gallagher, S. (2004)., Situational understanding: a Gurwitschian critique of theory of mind, in L. Embree (ed.), Gurwitsch's relevancy for cognitive science, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 25-44.
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