REFRAMING FREGE’S LEGACY ABOUT PRAGMATISM, INFERENTIALISM, AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE:

NOTES OF NEW OPTIONS FOR PHENOMENOLOGICAL CONSENSUS

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Palavras-chave:

Frege. Pragmatism. Inferentialism. Cognitive science. Phenomenology.

Resumo

The main goal of this exploratory article is to analyze how Frege’s theory fits into Robert Brandom’s inferentialism framework, known as expressivism, and the pragmatic consequences that arise from this shift. We aim to address a pressing challenge in philosophy of mind and cognitive science: reconciling the pragmatic aspects of successful assertion and inferential coherence with a theoretical representation of mental contents. The article argues that the Fregean tradition has not been successful in preserving Frege’s anti-psychological approach and suggests the need for a theory of mental content that aligns with Frege’s notion of inference. The last objective of the article, addressed in the last moment, is to explore the challenges of a new phenomenological consensus.

Biografia do Autor

Lucas Ribeiro Vollet, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil

Recebi meu doutorado em filosofia em 2016 pela Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina-(Brasil), com trabalho sobre Kant (Kant e Empirismo Conjectural), orientado pelo Professor Dr. Werner Euler e com período no exterior com o Professor Dr. (Universidade Brown). Meu orientador durante o mestrado e a graduação foi Darlei Dallagnol. Minhas publicações aparecem em Husserl Studies, Studia Kantiana, Aurora, Cognitio (PUC-SP), Kant-e-prints,  Instante, Kalagatos, entre outras. Os ângulos de reflexão dos meus artigos misturam o estudo dos filósofos continentais e analíticos.
Supervisores: Prof.Dr. Werner Euler, Prof. Darlei Dagnoll e Prof. Paul Guyer.

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2024-06-26

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Vollet, L. R. (2024). REFRAMING FREGE’S LEGACY ABOUT PRAGMATISM, INFERENTIALISM, AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE:: NOTES OF NEW OPTIONS FOR PHENOMENOLOGICAL CONSENSUS. REVISTA INSTANTE, 6(2), 1–25. Recuperado de https://revista.uepb.edu.br/revistainstante/article/view/3172

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