Volume 3 · Number 3 · Pages 120–122
Non-dualizing from Now On?

Alexander Riegler & Stefan Weber

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Excerpt: Is Josef Mitterer’s non-dualizing philosophy yet another philosophical flavor, of which there are so many in the academic world? Yet another philosophical trinket that arouses the short-lived attention of some people and disappears quickly thereafter? Yet another dalliance without implications either for philosophy or for science? We are convinced of the contrary. For many years Mitterer has steadily built up a reputation as an innovative but at the same time also very careful thinker. His claims have been discussed in various circles, but, unfortunately, this has so far happened in German- and Polish-speaking countries only. Meanwhile “take your time” has taken time and Mitterer celebrated his 60th birthday in July 2008, an opportunity we used to gather connoisseurs of his work to discuss, for the first time in the English language, his achievements and impact. The result is in no relation to the limited spread of his ideas so far. We have collected some 22 contributions covering a large variety of intellectual terrain and pointing out the potential impact of his philosophy from now on.

Key words: behavior, dreaming, evolution, neural network, robots, self, reality, virtual reality, conversation, culture

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Riegler A. & Weber S. (2008) Non-dualizing from now on? Constructivist Foundations 3(3): 120–122. http://constructivist.info/3/3/120

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