By Shaun Gallagher,Dan Zahavi
The Phenomenological Mind is the 1st publication to correctly introduce basic questions on the brain from the viewpoint of phenomenology. Key questions and subject matters coated include:
- • what's phenomenology?
- • naturalizing phenomenology and the cognitive sciences
- • phenomenology and consciousness
- • cognizance and self-consciousness
- • time and consciousness
- • intentionality
- • the embodied mind
- • action
- • wisdom of different minds
- • positioned and prolonged minds
- • phenomenology and private identity.
This moment variation features a new preface, and revised and more desirable chapters. additionally incorporated are useful positive aspects equivalent to bankruptcy summaries, courses to extra interpreting, and a thesaurus, making The Phenomenological Mind a terrific advent to key techniques in phenomenology, cognitive technology and philosophy of mind.
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