Articulating and understanding the phenomenological manifesto

Abstracta 4 (S2):10-19 (2008)

Daniel D. Hutto
University of Wollongong
Focusing on the manifesto provided by Gallagher and Zahavi's The Phenomenological Mind, this paper critically examines how we should understand and asses the prospects of allying phenomenological approaches to mind with work in the cognitive sciences. It is argued that more radical and revolutionary adjustments to our standard conceptions of the mind than suggested by (at least some) the proponents of the phenomenological movement are required before such alliances will bear fruit.
Keywords Phenomenology  Philosophy of Mind
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