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About this book
The ways in which human action and rationality are guided by norms are well documented in philosophy and neighboring disciplines. But how do norms shape the way we experience the world perceptually? The present volume explores this question and investigates the specific normativity inherent to perception.
Phenomenology cognitive science normativity perception consciousness subjectivity intersubjectivity embodiment epistemology habituality intentionality embeddedness access experience possibility Husserl Merleau-Ponty Dreyfus McDowell philosophy of mind action Edmund Husserl Embodiment Maurice Merleau-Ponty mind phenomenology