2010

Handbook of Phenomenology and Cognitive Science

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ISBN: 978-90-481-2645-3 (Print) 978-90-481-2646-0 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Pages 2-19

    Naturalized Phenomenology

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    Pages 21-34

    Phenomenology and Non-reductionist Cognitive Science

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    Pages 35-55

    A Toolbox of Phenomenological Methods

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    Pages 57-81

    Towards a Formalism for Expressing Structures of Consciousness

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    Pages 84-97

    Consciousness

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    Pages 99-121

    Attention in Context

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    Pages 123-140

    The Phenomenology and Neurobiology of Moods and Emotions

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    Pages 141-158

    Phenomenology, Imagination and Interdisciplinary Research

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    Pages 159-177

    The Function of Weak Phantasy in Perception and Thinking

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    Pages 180-200

    Myself with No Body? Body, Bodily-Consciousness and Self-consciousness

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    Pages 201-216

    A Husserlian, Neurophenomenologic Approach to Embodiment

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    Pages 217-234

    Body and Movement: Basic Dynamic Principles

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    Pages 235-252

    Empirical and Phenomenological Studies of Embodied Cognition

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    Pages 254-268

    The Problem of Other Minds

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    Pages 269-282

    Mutual Gaze and Intersubjectivity

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    Pages 283-299

    Knowing Other People’s Mental States as if They Were One’s Own

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    Pages 301-316

    Intersubjectivity, Cognition, and Language

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    Pages 318-336

    The Problem of Representation

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    Pages 337-354

    Action and Agency

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    Pages 355-366

    Meaning, World and the Second Person

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