Volume 17 · Number 2 · Pages 119–121
How to Radicalize Neurophenomenology?

Kristian Moltke Martiny

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Enacting the “Body” of Neurophenomenology: Off-Radar First-Person Methodologies in Pragmatics of Experiencing” by Jakub Petri & Artur Gromadzki. Abstract: I discuss two overall questions concerning the implementation of neurophenomenology. I argue that the problem of implementation is both a matter of pragmatics and our existential position, and that phenomenology neither contradicts nor is counterproductive to neurophenomenology. It is instead a way to push it forward and keep it radical.

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Martiny K. M. (2022) How to radicalize neurophenomenology? Constructivist Foundations 17(2): 119–121. https://constructivist.info/17/2/119

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