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Non-conceptual aspects of experience

Non-conceptual aspects of experience

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Published by Unipub in Oslo .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Hallvard Fossheim, Tarjei Mandt Larsen and John Richard Sageng.
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LC ClassificationsBD
The Physical Object
Pagination164 p. ;
Number of Pages164
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Open LibraryOL20407960M
ISBN 108274771184

  The non-conceptual type of mind is also called the Buddha nature, rigpa (Tib.), fundamental pure nature of mind which realises emptiness (see the page on Wisdom). Study and training the mind in wisdom uses the conceptual mind, like preparing the mind before the underlying non-conceptual Buddha-nature of the mind can appear. with certain aspects of our experience which otherwise would have non-conceptual experience of the other person, we will notice Chapters from the book " The History of Mysticism by Swami Abhayananda. See his website: Mystic's Vision for this book and many others).

For some, it is connected with the idea that the experience or state carries representational content, while others take it to refer to non-intentional aspects of experience. And of those who connect it with representational content, there are some who hold that the content is conceptual, and others who think it is non-conceptual. The volume yields a set of insights that challenge, for example, common criticisms of his conception of religion: namely, that it is rooted in an essentialist appeal to a private, individual, and non-conceptual experience.

In his book A Study of Concepts, Peacocke gives a detailed exposition of a philosophical theory of concept possession, according to which the nature and identity conditions for concepts may be given, in a non-circular way, by the conditions a thinker has to satisfy in order to possess the relevant concepts. The theory is a version of a so.   Aspects of Psychologism is a penetrating look into fundamental philosophical questions of consciousness, perception, and the experience we have of our mental lives. Psychologism, in Tim Crane's formulation, presents the mind as a single subject-matter to be investigated not only empirically and conceptually but also phenomenologically: through the systematic examination of consciousness Reviews: 2.


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The book concludes with an extensive bibliography. in the context of his later genetic phenomenology suggests a less reductive account of non-conceptual aspects of experience that respects Author: Corijn Van Mazijk. Clark, A., Visual experience and motor action: Are the bonds too tight. Philosophical Review, – Coliva, A., The argument from the finer-grained content of colour experiences: A redefinition of its role within the debate between McDowell and non-conceptual Cited by:   Husserl’s account of the object as “transcendental clue” [Transzendentaler Leitfaden] in the context of his later genetic phenomenology suggests a less reductive account of non-conceptual aspects of experience that respects central insights of Kant’s transcendental idealism but does not reduce the role of the non-conceptual to a mere Cited by: 2.

Arguments for attributing non-conceptual content to experience have predominantly been motivated by aspects of the visual perception of empirical properties. Book. Jan ; Eva Schmidt Author: Hemdat Lerman. [Tim Crane] -- Aspects of Psychologism is a penetrating look into fundamental philosophical questions of consciousness, perception, and the experience we have of our mental lives.

Print book: EnglishView all as the mark of the mental --Intentional objects --The intentional structure of consciousness --Intentionalism --The non-conceptual. In recent debates about the nature of non-conceptual content, the Kantian account of intuition in the first Critique has been seen as a sort of founding doctrine for both conceptualist and.

In The Contents of Experience: Essays on Perception, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Evans, Gareth () The Varieties of Reference.

John McDowell (ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Kelly, Sean D. (unpublished) "The non-conceptual content of perceptual experience and the possibility of demonstrative thought". The difference between the intentional and sensory aspects of perceptual experience is reflected in the different senses of “looks”, “tastes” and so on.

As I argued in Chapter 7, there is a perfectly ordinary phenomenological use of “looks”, one that is intentional and conceptual.

Aspects of Psychologism Harvard University Press ‘The Non-Conceptual Content of Experience’, ‘The Mental Causation Debate’, ‘Mental Substances’, ‘Intentionality as the Mark of the Mental’, ‘Subjective Knowledge’, ‘The Intentional Structure of Consciousness’ This book is a defence of the idea that.

Some philosophers (McDowell ) think that “non-conceptual content” can be shown a priori to be a philosophical oxymoron while others (Stalnaker ) have argued that understood properly all content is individuated non-conceptually. Proponents of non-conceptual content have recruited it for various philosophical jobs.

commonly used in religious studies. Religion has both conceptual and non-conceptual aspects. But this book is concerned only with religious thought.

The examination of non-conceptual aspects of religion, its linguistic prac-tices, its affective states, are the subjects of another inquiry (see Downes, ). It includes true nature in all of its dimensions and aspects, all of physical reality including our bodies, and our subjective experience with all of its content.

We experience this totality as an indivisible truth, where all of its dimensions and forms coexist in total harmony, a harmony that appears in. ABOUT THIS BOOK Aspects of Psychologism is a penetrating look into fundamental philosophical questions of consciousness, perception, and the experience we have of our mental lives.

Psychologism, in Tim Crane's formulation, presents the mind as a single subject-matter to be investigated not only empirically and conceptually but also phenomenologically: through the systematic examination of.

Get this from a library. Aspects of psychologism. [Tim Crane] -- Tim Crane takes up fundamental philosophical questions of consciousness, perception, and the experience of our own mental lives.

Psychologism, in his formulation, investigates the mind not only. Non-Conceptual 23 39 17 21 15 29 1 28 0 20 0 17 The results are unambiguous but not perhaps surprising. The great majority of the questions are not conceptual in nature.

Over the six texts only 53 or % of the questions were fully conceptual. “Mixture” questions invariably included a number of non-conceptual parts followed. aspects of our own creative thought-projections, transferred onto the person in front of us.

Should we, however, open ourselves to the more direct, non-conceptual experience of the other person, we will notice how the projected view starts to fade. It is almost as though an entirely new person steps forward from the fog of our concepts.

development rather closely, offers a theory of ‘non-conceptual’ content to resolve the paradox. According to this view, aspects of experience (content) which represent self and the world are ascribed to individuals, even though the individuals lack the concepts to specify how those structured aspects of experience relate to reality.

The. Embracing the traditional insights on meditation, we study this element by defining meditation based on the concept of introspection. In addition, we hypothesize that introspective meta-awareness associated with the non-conceptual experience of meditation may result in the conceptual understanding of natural phenomena via pathways of intuition.

Aspects of Psychologism is a penetrating look into fundamental philosophical questions of consciousness, perception, and the experience we have of our mental lives. Psychologism, in Tim Crane's formulation, presents the mind as a single subject-matter to be investigated not only.

Some ways of being aware of an object do not fit into the categories of either a primary consciousness or a mental factor. The most common examples are principal awarenesses (gtso-sems).Within a cognition, a principal awareness is an awareness, consisting of the composite of a primary consciousness and its accompanying mental factors, that is the prominent way of being aware of the object of.

Key works: Kant is a reference point for discussions of the role of concepts in perception. Evans and PEACOCKE offer key defenses and definitions of nonconceptual content. McDowell and Brewer offer key defenses and definitions of conceptual content. Stalnaker relates the issue to whether contents are structured.the ancient art of deep listening, tuning in to the internal, non-conceptual, softer aspects of your yin nature may be the healing direction.

Yin Yoga, when taught skillfully, can provide this opportunity to go within and re-align our orientation. It will also affect our physical body in ways that may surprise us. It is simple, but often. There have been various discussions here about conceptual and non-conceptual, concentration and insight, etc, and I think that the following passages are quite helpful in clarifying how one might make sense of such things.

There is nothing there that I have not gleaned from other sources, but it hard to find it summarised in one place.