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    Attention and the Subject of Depiction Some Remarks on Husserl’s Approach to the Function of Attention in Phantasy, Image Consciousness and Pictorial Experience.Andrea Scanziani - 2019 - Phainomenon 29 (1):83-114.
    This study aims at exposing the phenomenological description of attention as presented by Husserl in his 1904-05 Göttingen-lecture Principal Parts of the Phenomenology and Theory of Knowledge, in its relevance for the study of so-called “intuitive re-presentations”, that is, phantasy and image-consciousness. Starting with the exposition of the fundamental traits of the intentional theory of attention, this study discusses the definition of attention in the terms of meaning [Meinen] and interest, which allows it to become an encompassing modification of all (...)
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    The Intentional Structure of Image: Attentive Meaning and Image Consciousness in Husserl’s Phenomenology.Andrea Scanziani - 2023 - Tópicos: Revista de Filosofía 67:183-214.
    This article considers Edmund Husserl’s description of image consciousness from the viewpoint of the role played by attentive meaning (meinen) in the intention of the image subject. We argue that the intention of the image subject has to be interpreted in the sense of the attentive meaning as presented in the second part of Husserl’s 1904/5 lecture on Phenomenology and Theory of Knowledge. Attentive meaning performs 1) the segregation of a specific apprehension along with the attentive articulation of experience, and (...)
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    Husserl y el origen de nuestro campo de interés.Andrea Scanziani - 2023 - Escritos 31 (67):19-37.
    El tema del interés ha sido abordado por Edmund Husserl a lo largo de cuatro décadas, entre 1891 y 1938, y en el marco teórico que ha caracterizado a la fenomenología desde su nacimiento: la interpretación intencional de la conciencia en su génesis y desarrollo. El trabajo se propone exponer las etapas fundamentales de la descripción del fenómeno del interés a partir de las primeras reflexiones de Husserl sobre el campo de la experiencia atencional en los años de Halle, hasta (...)
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    Souriau’s Animal Aesthetics In Context: Nature, Sensibility, and Form.Maddalena Mazzocut-Mis & Andrea Scanziani - 2023 - Aisthesis: Pratiche, Linguaggi E Saperi Dell’Estetico 15 (2):15-27.
    The work defines three aspects of Souriau’s animal aesthetics by stressing their relevance in the context of early and contemporary ethology: in (1), the concept «biological nature» which is interpreted by Souriau as a realm of appearances and as intrinsically aesthetic; in (2), the concept of animal sensibility, which makes it possible to reframe animals’ artistic behaviours and the sense by which such phenomena establish a meaningful relationship with the environment; in (3), the concept of form, in the description of (...)
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    The teleological thinking in Nicolai Hartmann. A conversation between Hartmann’s theory of the final causality of nature and kant’s views on teleology.Andrea Scanziani - 2019 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 8 (1):140-159.
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