By Stephan Kaufer,Anthony Chemero
This entire new booklet introduces the center background of phenomenology and assesses its relevance to modern psychology, philosophy of brain, and cognitive technology. From opinions of man-made intelligence examine courses to ongoing paintings on embodiment and enactivism, the authors hint how phenomenology has produced a invaluable framework for reading cognition and notion, whose effect on modern mental and medical study, and philosophical debates keeps to grow.
The first a part of An creation to Phenomenology is a longer evaluation of the heritage and improvement of phenomenology, its key thinkers, focusing really on Husserl, Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty, in addition to its cultural and highbrow precursors. within the moment part Chemero and Käufer flip their awareness to the modern interpretations and makes use of of phenomenology in cognitive technological know-how, displaying that phenomenology is a residing resource of notion in modern interdisciplinary reviews of the mind.
Käufer and Chemero have written a transparent, jargon-free account of phenomenology, supplying considerable examples and anecdotes to demonstrate and to entertain. This publication is a perfect creation to phenomenology and cognitive technology for the uninitiated, in addition to for philosophy and psychology scholars willing to deepen their knowledge.
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