• Viendo el mundo con la mente

    Author(s):
    José Angel GARCÍA LANDA (see profile)
    Date:
    2021
    Group(s):
    Anthropology, Digital Humanists, Environmental Humanities, Literary theory, Philosophy
    Subject(s):
    Philosophy, Phenomenology, Cognition, Psychology
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    George Berkeley, reality, experience, Epistemology, Constructivism
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/yv4v-a203
    Abstract:
    Spanish abstract: El inmaterialismo del siglo XVIII nos enseñó que el mundo que habitamos no es de naturaleza física sino básicamente informacional o semiótica. Yendo más allá del constructivismo psicológico y de la fenomenología, nos sugieren Berkeley y otros que el mundo es una construcción mental—que habitamos, sin sospecharlo, en una realidad virtual, o quizá más bien que no hay otra realidad que la realidad mental y la realidad virtual. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ English abstract: Eighteenth-century immaterialism taught us that the world we inhabit does not have a physical nature, but rather a basically informational or semiotic nature. Beyond psychological constructivism and phenomenology, Berkeley and others suggest that the world is a mental construction — that we inhabit, unbeknownst to us, a virtual reality, or perhaps, rather, that there is no reality other than mental and virtual reality.
    Notes:
    First published in 'Vanity Fea' (2011).
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