Reference : A Descriptive-Analytical Defense of Perceptual Contents
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Arts & humanities : Philosophy & ethics
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/164194
A Descriptive-Analytical Defense of Perceptual Contents
English
Dewalque, Arnaud mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de philosophie > Phénoménologies >]
22-Oct-2013
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No
Yes
International
Realismo, Percezione, Fenomenologia
22 octobre 2013
Laura Piccioni (Univ. d'Urbino), Venanzio Raspa (Univ. d'Urbino), Edoardo Lamedica (Univ. d'Urbino/ULg)
Urbino
Italie
[en] Perception ; Phenomenology ; Content ; Franz Brentano (1859-1938) ; Representationalism ; Relationalism ; Consciousness (Representational Theories of) ; Intentionalism ; Intentionality
[en] Suppose you perceive a cup of wonderful Italian coffee on the table in front of you. Is your visual experience best described as a representation-of a cup of coffee or as a relation-to a cup of coffee? Representationalism and relationalism, I suggest, are two prominent options under discussion in the present-day philosophical investigations on perception. In this paper, I want to argue that both options are on the wrong track. The reason, basically, is that they are at odds with the analytical description of our perceptual experience.
Phénoménologies
La renaissance de la philosophie au tournant du XXe siècle: l'école de Franz Brentano (1866-1955)
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/164194

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