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Percepção como Representação Conceitual

Gehad Marcon Bark, “Percepção como Representação Conceitual: Uma Proposta para a Compreensão do Enativismo de Alva Noë a partir da Tese Kantiana da Complementaridade,” Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 72, no. 2–3 (2016): 661–96, DOI 10.17990/RPF/2016_72_2_0661.

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Percepção como Representação Conceitual: Uma Proposta para a Compreensão do Enativismo de Alva Noë a partir da Tese Kantiana da Complementaridade

Type Journal Article
Author Gehad Marcon Bark
Rights © 2016 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural | © 2016 Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
Volume 72
Issue 2-3
Pages 661-696
Publication Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
ISSN 0870-5283; 2183-461X
Date 2016
DOI 10.17990/RPF/2016_72_2_0661
Language Portuguese
Abstract In his Critique of Pure Reason Kant says that human cognition is possible only through the unification of intuition and concept – what has been called “the togetherness principle”. Taking intuition and concept as complementary one to each other, some tend to see Kant as committed to the thesis that cognition, as objective representation with consciousness, would require more than the affection of the knowing subject. This paper tries to sketch possible ways to relate the togetherness principle to the enactivism of Alva Noë in Action in Perception. The enactivism is an approach from cognitive science and, as proposed by Noë, it suggests that perception is not something that happens to one or with one, but something that one does. According to Noë, perception requires bodily skills and a practical understanding concerning the way these skills coordinate with sensory stimulation: one must be able to know how to use these skills in order to perceive real properties. Since cognition involves intentionality, it also requires an active capacity by which the object will be represented with the generality of concepts, therefore suggesting a closer relation between Kant’s togetherness principle and Noë’s enactivism.
Date Added 19/10/2016, 12:26:54
Modified 25/10/2016, 10:23:25

Tags:

  • cognition,
  • concept,
  • enactivism,
  • intuition,
  • perception,
  • togetherness principle

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