As this book makes clear, current use of data structures such as frames, scripts, and stereotypes in psychology, artificial intelligence, and all the other disciplines now grouped together as Cognitive Science develop ideas already explored by Husserl who believed that the analysis of mental representations was the proper subject of philosophy, psychology, and other disciplines that deal with the mind.
This new anthology will serve as an ideal introduction to phenomenology for analytic philosophers, both as a text and as the single most useful source book on Husserl for cognitive scientists.
An MIT Press/Bradford Book.
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Hubert L. Dreyfus is Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Berkeley.
Harrison Hall is on the philosophy faculty at the University of Delaware.
"This is an important book, showing for the first time the profound connections among three superficially disparate philosophical traditions. It is what has been needed to make Husserl truly accessible and interesting to English-speaking philosophers. In addition, the revealing interplay among transcendental phenomenology, formal semantics, and artificial intelligence is a powerful contribution to Husserl scholarship in its own right."
—John Haugeland, University of Pittsburgh
"Philosophers who, like me, want to know something about the phenomenological tradition, but who don't want to spend their lives on it, will probably find this the indispensible work. Dreyfus is helping to heal some fissures in contemporary philosophy, and he is doing so in the only way that has a chance of working."
—Jerry A. Fodor, MIT
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