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Gallagher S. & Varela F. J. (2003) Redrawing the map and resetting the time: Phenomenology and the cognitive sciences. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 33(sup1): 93–132. Fulltext at
In this chapter we explore the various ways in which phenomenology and the cognitive sciences can come together in a positive and productive exchange. In the first part, after some brief remarks about the nature of the cognitive sciences and the problem of naturalization, we begin by mapping out several issues that would benefit from this exchange. In the second part of the chapter we ask if this cross-disciplinary approach can address one of the most basic problems defined by Husserlian phenomenology, the problem of time-consciousness, and whether Husserl’s analysis of this theme has anything to contribute to the cognitive sciences.


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