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Stanford University Press, Stanford

1999

641, xxi pages

ISBN 9780804733229

Writing Science

Naturalizing phenomenology

Issues in contemporary phenomenology and cognitive science

Edited by

Jean Petitot, Francisco Varela , Bernard Pachoud, Jean-Michel Roy

This work aims to shed new light on the relations between Husserlian phenomenology and the present-day efforts toward a scientific theory of cognition with its complex structure of disciplines, levels of explanation, and conflicting hypotheses.

Publication details

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Petitot, J. , Varela, F. , Pachoud, B. , Roy, J.-M. (eds) (1999). Naturalizing phenomenology: Issues in contemporary phenomenology and cognitive science, Stanford University Press, Stanford.

Beyond the gap

Varela Francisco, Roy Jean-Michel, Pachoud Bernard, Petitot Jean

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Intentionality naturalized?

Smith David Woodruff

n/a

Saving intentional phenomena

Roy Jean-Michel

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Perceptual completion

Noë Alva, Thompson Evan, Pessoa Luiz

n/a

Constitution by movement

Petit Jean-Luc

n/a

Wooden iron?

Van Gelder Tim

n/a

The specious present

Varela Francisco

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Truth and the visual field

Smith Barry

n/a

Godel and Husserl

Føllesdal Dagfinn

n/a

The mathematical continuum

Longo Giuseppe

n/a

Naturalizing phenomenology?

Ronald McIntyre

n/a

Sense and continuum in Husserl

Salanskis Jean-Michel

n/a

Philosophy and cognition

Dupuy Jean-Pierre

n/a

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