June 19, 2007

Phenomenology & the Cognitive Sciences

journal,phenomenology,theory — thomasr @ 2:53 am Print This Post  AddThis Social Bookmark Button

A new issue of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences is out with headlines such as

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  1. With respect to the second headline, but in some way related with the rest of them as well, i would like to highlight a peculiar syndrome call “Moebius syndrome” in which people suffer the inability to express facially their emotions, due to some cause of disfunction in their facial nerves.
    They are happy or cheerfull, but they are incapable of express that, resulting in a maladaptive relationship with others, depression etc.
    It is certainly of great interest to investigate phenomenally that condiiton and how the inability to express the ocurrence of phenomenal experience affect precisley the very occurrence of that experience.

    Comment by Anibal — June 28, 2007 @ 10:23 am

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