Three Ways to Bridge the Gap between Perception and Action, and Language

Show simple item record Petit, Jean-Luc 2020-01-27T03:29:58Z 2020-01-27T03:29:58Z 2012
dc.description.abstract A rallying cry in some sectors of cognitive science, the embodiment of language is understood here in the full content of meaning of phenomenological tradition to help assess the remaining distance from neuroscience to a science of language, provided that tracking down in the brain neural events correlative of verbal behavior would not be sufficient. From an eidetic standpoint, one must build the transition between perceptive, pragmatic and semantic morphologies. From the point of view of subjective experience, one must understand how it is possible that we move from our sensory and kinaesthetic experiences to verbal expressions of a sense that could be shared by others. That is why, in order to prevent neglect of any dimension of embodiment of language, we would rather plead for a threefold approach than concede that the current naturalistic mode is the only possible. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject cognitive science en
dc.subject meaning en
dc.subject linguistics en
dc.title Three Ways to Bridge the Gap between Perception and Action, and Language en
dc.type Article en

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