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Conclusion

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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Philosophy book series (BRIEFSPHILOSOPH)

Abstract

This chapter (1) provides an overview of the unifying interpretation of Husserl, summarizing the various concepts that have been formalized in a common framework and giving readings of several long passages that illustrate this unification; (2) considers how the formalism could be extended to other domains of “constitutive phenomenology”; (3) applies the formalism to additional concepts in Husserlian phenomenology (e.g. the distinction between perfect and imperfect evidence); (4) describes the relevance of this framework to efforts to naturalize phenomenology, and in particular to dynamical systems and Bayesian approaches to cognitive science; and (5) considers further ways this interpretation could be applied, e.g. to literature and anthropology.

Keywords

Internal Model Neural Model Conscious State Physical Thing Husserlian Phenomenology 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Cognitive and Information SciencesUniversity of California, MercedMercedUSA

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