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COGNITION AND VOLITION A Contribution to a Cybernetic Theory of Subjectivity Preamble

@inproceedings{Gnther2004COGNITIONAV,
  title={COGNITION AND VOLITION A Contribution to a Cybernetic Theory of Subjectivity Preamble},
  author={G. G{\"u}nther},
  year={2004}
}
  • G. Günther
  • Published 2004
  • Philosophy and the humanities have dealt with the phenomenon of subjectivity for a long time. And these disciplines have always stressed the point that the problem of what religious thinkers call a soul cannot be treated with the methods of natural science and that all technical methods – we have known so far – are totally incommensurate with the character of spiritual manifestations. Especially memory was always considered an essential element of human spirituality. We have only to recall the… CONTINUE READING
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