2018
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01933
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Naturalizing Phenomenology: A Must Have?

Abstract: Quite a few cognitive scientists are working toward a naturalization of phenomenology. Looking more closely at the relevant literature, however, the ‘naturalizing phenomenology’ proposals show the presence of different conceptions, assumptions, and formalisms, further differentiated by different philosophical and/or scientific concerns. This paper shows that the original Husserlian stance is deeper, clearer and more advanced than most supposed contemporary improvements. The recent achievements of experimental … Show more

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“…Mathematical Category Theory (CT) provides a rigorous framework in developing this unification step because it deals with relational structures (relational categories) underpinning the predicative ones. Following the direction suggested in previous studies [25][26][27][28][29], I will show that CT is that new mathematical theory which "may offer possibilities previously not available for a formalization of consciousness" [6]. However, in my proposal phenomenology is not stricto sensu naturalized because it preserves both the descriptive and transcendental perspective.…”
Section: Unification Strategies: An Open Debatementioning
confidence: 66%
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“…Mathematical Category Theory (CT) provides a rigorous framework in developing this unification step because it deals with relational structures (relational categories) underpinning the predicative ones. Following the direction suggested in previous studies [25][26][27][28][29], I will show that CT is that new mathematical theory which "may offer possibilities previously not available for a formalization of consciousness" [6]. However, in my proposal phenomenology is not stricto sensu naturalized because it preserves both the descriptive and transcendental perspective.…”
Section: Unification Strategies: An Open Debatementioning
confidence: 66%
“…Previously, it had been even contrasted with essential relations [42,37]. However, in general, differently from Husserl's semiological view according to which "sign" is a conceptual object consisting in a signifier (the name of sign or the "sign-vehicle") and a signified (the referred meaning), 6 Scheler doesn't reduce sign relations to conscious awareness. He focuses, instead, on semiotic triadic relations: the vehicular function of the sign generates the reference of a qualitative ground (first) to correlates (second) and an interpreting act or relation (third).…”
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“…It was revisited in the empirical and descriptive psychology of Brentano and related to Husser’s approach, which remained essentially theoretical without true contacts with science (cf. Albertazzi, 2018). Since Brentano introduced the idea of visual phenomena ( Vorstellungen ) as psychic energy and intentional reference, Stumpf and Meinong opened the productive season of experimental research within Berlin and Graz schools of Gestalt psychology.…”
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