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The paradox of self-consciousness

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self (Philosophy),
  • Self-consciousness,
  • Thought and thinking,
  • Psycholinguistics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJosé Luis Bermúdez.
    SeriesRepresentation and mind
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBD450 .B436 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 338 p. :
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL693497M
    ISBN 100262024411
    LC Control Number97040757


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Bermúdez argues that a paradox (the paradox of self-consciousness) arises from the apparent strict interdependence between self-conscious thought and linguistic self-reference. The paradox renders circular all theories that define self-consciousness in terms of linguistic mastery of the first-person pronoun.

Bermúdez argues that a paradox (the paradox of self-consciousness) arises from the apparent strict interdependence between self-conscious thought and linguistic self-reference. The paradox renders circular all theories that define self-consciousness in terms of linguistic mastery of the first-person : paradox.

In itself, this may not be particularly important; perhaps Bermúdez could have called his book The Puzzle of Self-Consciousness and this would have described his main interest better. But in fact, it turns out that even the non-paradoxical conflict between (1) and (2) is not Bermúdez’s theme.

He is interested in the nature of self. Bermudez argues that a paradox (the paradox of self-consciousness) arises from the apparent strict interdependence between self-conscious thought and linguistic self-reference. The paradox renders The paradox of self-consciousness book all theories that define self-consciousness in terms of linguistic mastery of the first-person pronoun.

The Paradox of Self-Consciousness Article   in   Australasian Journal of Philosophy June 1(2)   April   with  14 Reads  How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone. 1 First-person thought and self-reference. Most, if not all, of the higher forms of self-consciousness presuppose our capacity to think about ourselves.

Consider, for example, self-knowledge, the capacity for moral self-evaluation and ability to construct a narrative of our past. Bermudez argues that a paradox (the paradox of self-consciousness) arises from the apparent strict interdependence between self-conscious thought and linguistic The paradox of self-consciousness book.

The paradox renders circular all theories that define self-consciousness in terms of linguistic mastery of the first-person : Jose Luis Bermudez. Berm'dez argues that a paradox (the paradox of self-consciousness) arises from the apparent strict interdependence between self-conscious thought and linguistic self-reference.

The The paradox of self-consciousness book renders circular all theories that define self-consciousness in terms of linguistic mastery of the first-person pronoun. Book Review | October 01 The Paradox of Self-Consciousness THE PARADOX OF SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS.

By José Luis Bermúdez. Cambridge: MIT Press, Pp. xv, Tim Crane. Tim Crane Search for other works by this author on: This Site. Google. The Philosophical Review () (4): – Cited by: THE PARADOX OF SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS. One of the central questions I'm asking myself is how to fit the human being into our current understanding of both natural scientific fact and the social and general mental and interpretative facts unearthed by.

paradox. In itself, this may not be particularly important; perhaps Bermddez could have called his book The Puzzle of Self-Consciousness and this would have described his main interest better.

But in fact, it turns out that even the non-paradoxical conflict between (1) and (2) is not Bermddez's theme. My title is taken from Edmund Husserl last work, The Crisis of European aph 53 of that posthumous and fragmentary text bears the heading: "The paradox of human subjectivity: being a subject for the world and at the same The paradox of self-consciousness book being an object in the world"(CR ).

Nonconceptual Self-Awareness and the Paradox of Self-Consciousness. Jose Luis Bermudez - - In Albert Newen & Kai Vogeley (eds.), Selbst und Gehirn. Menschliches Selbstbewusstsein und seine Neurobiologischen Grundlagen. Berm dez argues that a paradox (the paradox of self-consciousness) arises from the apparent strict interdependence between self-conscious thought and linguistic self-reference.

The paradox renders circular all theories that define self-consciousness in terms of linguistic mastery of the first-person pronoun. The paradox of self-consciousness.

[José Luis Bermúdez] -- In this book, Jose Luis Bermudez addresses two fundamental problems in the philosophy and psychology of self-consciousness: (1) Can we provide a noncircular account of full-fledged self-conscious.

The paradox of self-consciousness --The form of a solution --Content, concepts, and language --The theory of nonconceptual content --The self of ecological optics --Somatic proprioception and the bodily self --Points of view --Navigation and spacial reasoning --Psychological self-awareness: self and others --Solving the paradox of self-consciousness.

José Luis Bermúdez, extending the insights of his groundbreaking book, The Paradox of Self-Consciousness, argues that full-fledged, linguistic self-consciousness is built on a rich foundation of primitive, nonconceptual self-consciousness, and that these more primitive forms of self-consciousness persist in ways that frame self-conscious thought.

They extend throughout Cited by: 1. José Luis Bermúdez, The Paradox of Self-Consciousness. Cambridge, MA: MIT Pressxv + pp. Kent Bach. San Francisco State University. In many ways this is a masterful book. It is philosophy in the manner of Strawson, but richly fortified with experimental findings on a wide range of psychological phenomena.

Bermúdez argues that a paradox (the paradox of self-consciousness) arises from the apparent strict interdependence between self-conscious thought and linguistic self-reference.

The paradox renders circular all theories that define self-consciousness in terms of linguistic mastery of the first-person pronoun.4/5. Read Online Self Consciousness Of Noted Persons and Download Self Consciousness Of Noted Persons book full in PDF formats.

Category: Self-consciousness. Page: View: The Paradox of Self-consciousness. Such primitive forms of self-consciousness are to be found in somatic proprioception, the structure of exteroceptive perception, and prelinguistic forms of social interaction.

The author uses these primitive forms of self-consciousness to dissolve the paradox of self-consciousness and to show how the two questions can be given an affirmative. The Consciousness Paradox Consciousness, Concepts, and Higher- Order Thoughts Rocco J.

Gennaro A Bradford Book The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England _indd iii_indd iii 66/9/11 AM/9/11 AM. José Luis Bermúdez, extending the insights of his groundbreaking book, The Paradox of Self-Consciousness, argues that full-fledged, linguistic self-consciousness is built on a rich foundation.

Bermúdez, José Luis The Paradox of Self-Consciousness Cambridge, MA MIT/Bradford Berridge, Kent Robinson, Terry Parsing reward Trends in Neurosciences 26 Biran, Iftah Chatterjee, Anjan Alien hand syndrome Archives of Neurology 61 In this prcis of my book The Paradox of Self-Consciousness (Bermdez ) I identify some of the key areas where neuroscientific and philosophical issues intersect in the study of self-consciousness, a form of cognition about as far as it is possible to get from the encapsulated modules where top-down analyses can be so profitably applied.

Similar books and articles. The Paradox of Self-Consciousness: Representation and Mind. José Luis Bermúdez - - MIT Press. The Paradox of Self-Consciousness Revisited.

Robbins - - Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 84 (4) The Paradox of Self-Consciousness. by: Preface The phenomenon of self-consciousness provides one of the enduring themes of philosophy.

Many philosophers from the great to the insignifi-cant have thought that a philoso. ) The Paradox of Self-Consciousness is an elaborate attempt to overthrow this presupposition. He begins by seeking to refute the presupposition with a philosophical argument - the appeal to a vicious circle.

José Bermúdez' book attempts to resolve what he terms "the paradox of self-consciousness" - the apparent strict interdependence of self-conscious thought and linguistic self-reference. He attempts this resolution from the standpoint of "philosophical naturalism".

José Luis Bermúdez, extending the insights of his groundbreaking book, The Paradox of Self-Consciousness, argues that full-fledged, linguistic self-consciousness is built on a rich foundation of primitive, nonconceptual self-consciousness, and that these more primitive forms of self-consciousness persist in ways that frame self-conscious.

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Slors. paradox is that of the British theologian D. Owen in his volume, Body and Soul: A Study on the Christian View of Man, where sin is described as a perversion of precisely the two potentialities that are the essense of personality-the capacity for self -awareness and the capacity for freedom.

Self -consciousness makesFile Size: KB. Self Consciousness: awareness of being aware, possessed only by humans; Cosmic Consciousness: awareness of the life and order of the universe, possessed only by humans who are enlightened.

This introduces the concept that consciousness is not only a human experience but something that resonates with us as the universal mind. The sense of paradox attending the notion of an impersonal self-consciousness (and the related claim that the demands of self-consciousness express the demand of standpoint-neutrality in knowledge) is not entirely dispelled by Keller's discussion, but an important merit of Keller's interpretive approach is that it displays the centrality of.

Bermúdez’s many publications include seven single-author books and six edited volumes. His research interests are interdisciplinary in nature, at the intersection of philosophy and the cognitive and behavioral sciences more generally. His first book, The Paradox of Self-Consciousness (MIT Press, ) analyzed the nature of self-awareness.

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If it available for your country it will shown as book reader and user fully subscribe will benefit by having full. It's a good book, with lots of careful papers and serious arguments. Anybody with even a passing interest in self-consciousness, consciousness or the self, cannot fail to learn something from its pages.

References. Bermúdez, J. The Paradox of Self-Consciousness. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Cassam, Q. KEYWORDS: self-consciousness, nonconceptual content, self-awareness, concepts. REVIEW OF: Jose Luis Bermudez (). The Paradox of Self-Consciousness.

Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. ISBN xv + pp. US# pbk. The paradox that Jose Luis Bermudez is concerned to defuse comprises the. tic self-consciousness is fully operational, these more primitive forms of self-consciousness persist in pdf that structure and frame self-conscious language and thought.

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