Gaston Berger, Recherches sur les conditions de la connaissance
Scrutinizing the conditions of cognizance or cognition (connaissance), Berger has not in view external conditions, i.e., causal factors upon which cognitive processes might depend. To be sure, cognitive processes may be considered as mundane events connected with real existents ([i.e.,] human beings), occurring at certain places and at certain times, and determined by conditions of different kinds, conditions physical, physiological, social, historical, etc. It is then perfectly legitimate to bring out the intramundane dependencies in which cognitive processes are involved.
Gurwitsch, A. (2010). Review of Recherches sur les conditions de la connaissance by Gaston Berger. , pp. 453-461.
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