HUSSERL AND THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF IMAGERY: SOME ISSUES FOR THE COGNITIVE SCIENCES?

@inproceedings{Cal2005HUSSERLAT,
  title={HUSSERL AND THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF IMAGERY: SOME ISSUES FOR THE COGNITIVE SCIENCES?},
  author={Carmelo Cal{\'i}},
  year={2005}
}
In this paper I am dealing with two phenomenological theories of imagery Husserl has outlined. My interest is not actually a merely historical and philosophical one. In fact, I am going to sketch which properties of imagery a husserlian phenomenological description could bring to the fore, in order to see whether it be possible to put some phenomenological constraints upon the theoretical models about imagery which guide the modern empirical research. To do so, I will compare the descriptions… CONTINUE READING

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