Wittgenstein’s neurophenomenology

@article{Cole2007WittgensteinsN,
  title={Wittgenstein’s neurophenomenology},
  author={J. Cole},
  journal={Medical Humanities},
  year={2007},
  volume={33},
  pages={59 - 64}
}
  • J. Cole
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Medical Humanities
  • Wittgenstein, despite being considered an analytical philosopher, has been quoted extensively by neurologists like Oliver Sacks. This paper explores how Wittgenstein, despite suggesting that science was antithetical to philosophy, made observations relevant to cognitive neuroscience. His work on the inner and the outer, the relation between language and sensation or perception, and on the embodied nature of emotion and its communication, is important for an understanding of neurological… CONTINUE READING

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