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Philosophy in the flesh : the cognitive unconscious and the embodied mind : how the embodied mind creates philosophy

Author: George Lakoff; Mark Johnson
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Basic Books, 1999
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Om tankeprocesser og menneskelig viden
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Lakoff; Mark Johnson
ISBN: 0465056733 9780465056736
OCLC Number: 464065557
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Contents: Introduction : Who are we?. The cognitive unconscious --
The embodied mind --
Primary metaphor and subjective experience --
The anatomy of complex metaphor --
Embodied realism : cognitive science versus a priori philosophy --
Realism and truth --
Metaphor and truth --
The cognitive science of philosophical ideas --
Time --
Events and causes --
The mind --
The self --
Morality --
The cognitive science of philosophy --
The pre-Socratics : the cognitive science of early Greek metaphysics --
Plato --
Aristotle --
Descartes and the Enlightenment mind --
Kantian morality --
Analytic philosophy --
Chomsky's philosophy and cognitive linguistics --
The theory of rational action --
How philosophical theories work --
Philosophy in the flesh.
Responsibility: by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson

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Three major findings of cognitive science cast doubt on the past 2,500 years of Western philosophy. Lakoff and Johnson propose to rebuild philosophy from the ground up, starting from clearly known  Read more...

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