Posts Tagged ‘ Alva Noe ’

CFP – SRSSP 2017 “Perception and Aesthetic Experience”

venerdì, gennaio 20, 2017
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The research centres CRESA and PERSONA of the Faculty of Philosophy at San Raffaele University, Milan, organize the International Conference and Spring School:   Perception and Aesthetic Experience Starting from Noë’s Strange Tools. Art and Human Nature San Raffaele Spring School of Philosophy 2017 (SRSSP 2017) Milan, May 22nd – 24th, 2017     What is…

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CFP – Perception and Aesthetic Experience. Starting from Noë’s “Strange Tools. Art and Human Nature” – SRSSP 2017

mercoledì, ottobre 26, 2016
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The research centres CRESA and PERSONA of the Faculty of Philosophy at San Raffaele University, Milan, organize the International Conference and Spring School:   Perception and Aesthetic Experience Starting from Noe’s Strange Tools. Art and Human Nature San Raffaele Spring School of Philosophy 2017 (SRSSP 2017) Milan, May 22nd – 24th, 2017   What is art?…

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Alva Noë’s “Strange Tools. Art and Human Nature” – A Review

venerdì, settembre 23, 2016
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Alva Noë’s “Strange Tools. Art and Human Nature” – A Review

 Strange Tools is a book on art and artistic practice. But since the topic is framed in a more general theory of  human practices and (aesthetic) experience, it is also a book on perception, the human mind, and our nature  as embodied beings who are embedded in a social and technological world. Noë starts stressing…

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Dialogo tra un filosofo e un non so. Sulla coscienza. Scarica l’e-book integrale di Stefano Cardini

mercoledì, marzo 23, 2011
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Dialogo tra un filosofo e un non so. Sulla coscienza. Scarica l’e-book integrale di Stefano Cardini

Dalla quarta di copertina Il titolo di questo libro riecheggia un album e spettacolo teatrale di Giorgio Gaber (Dialogo tra un impegnato e un non so), che nel 1972 ironizzava sull’ideologia che, allora non meno di oggi, intorbidiva le acque del nostro pensiero e della nostra vita. Il suo tema è la coscienza. Esiste o…

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