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 Lorenzo Altieri


Corporéité et signification entre phénoménologie et 

linguistique cognitive 



 Publication Date: February 10, 2009

 Size: 5.83 x 8.27 in (A5)

 Pages: 379

 ISBN: 978-973-1997-00-1

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 Introduction : La crise des sciences cognitives et la

 Première partie : S’é-mouvoir : le corps phénoménologique
entre mouvement et sentir

 I. L’impossible incarnation : le corps dans la phénoménologie de

 II. Le Dasein sans corps : l’autre oubli de Martin Heidegger 

 III. Le cogito asubjectif : la jonction de sentir et mouvement dans
la phénoménologie de Jan Pato

 IV. De l’eidos à l’action : Paul Ricoeur et la phénoménologie
herméneutique de l’homme capable

 V. La phénoménologie dans la chair: corporéité, praxis et
symbolisme chez Merleau-Ponty

 Deuxième partie : La philosophie dans la chair: embodiment et
signification dans la linguistique cognitive

 I. La sémantique cognitive : le « tournant corporel » de la
philosophie du langage

 II. Si l’amour est un voyage : les métaphores avec lesquelles
nous vivons

 III. Les structures du monde de la vie : perception et

 IV. Un art caché dans les profondeurs de l’âme humaine:
schématisme et cognition

 V. L’émotion de la raison phénoménologie et sémantique du

 Conclusion : L’origine de la vérité


This work is the result of a crossed research between phenomenology
and cognitive science concerning the problems of corporality and
incarnation of the meaning of the experience itself. The leading idea
of our research is that of searching an approach of the signification,
of the comprehension and of the truth that would constitute an
alternative to both transcendental idealism and reductionist
materialism. Our position could be summed up in the formula of
phenomenological experiential realism.
The syncretism of the approaches is the main methodological
characteristic of the book, as it is reflected in the structure of the
work: in its first part, focusing on phenomenology, it is taken into
consideration the analysis of one’s own body, of the motility and of
the sense at authors such as Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty,
ka, Ricoeur; while in the second part we have shifted to the
field of the philosophy of language and cognition, taking interest in
a relatively new and still developing trend: cognitive semantics
(Lakoff, Johnson, Fauconnier, Turner and – with differences –
 We have traced in the notion of embodiment proposed by cognitive
linguistics a concept that can interlock the phenomenological notion
of one’s own body, and in a larger vision, to Merleau-Ponty’s
philosophy of the flesh. The fundamental idea that encompasses our
project is that of a “corporeal scheme” in the heart of the
perceptive, cognitive and linguistic process, which, in its practical
and affective interaction with the environment, forms our spirit and
gives a cognitive coherence to our experience of the world. 

Lorenzo Altieri is a PhD in Philosophy of the University Paris IV –
Sorbonne and the University of Naples “Federico II”, where he
collaborates with the chair of Philosophy of Language. 
In 2004 he published a monography about the work of Ricoeur: Le
Metamorfosi di Narciso. Il Cogito itinerante di Paul Ricoeur (La
Città del Sole).
He is the author of numerous articles in English, French, Italian,
Spanish and Portuguese.
He is secretary of the REM (Réseau Euro-Méditerranéen de
phénoménologie pour le dialogue interculturel).

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