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Natureza e economia na teoria freudiana
Furlan, Reinaldo;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2000000100007
Abstract: the aim of this article is first, pointing to the importance of the "strenght" and "nature" notions in freud's work and their implications to the civilization and the morals. in some way, pointing to the importance of biology in the civilization process, even about the prerrogatives of specie as of the individual. and secondly, pointing to the change occurred in these questions with the introduction of the "eros" concept. favoring the presentation of two texts for our purpose: "project of psychology" [1895] and "civilization and its discontents" (1930 [1929]).
A no??o de "comportamento" na Filosofia de Merleau-Ponty
Furlan, Reinaldo;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2000000200005
Abstract: the objetive of the present work is to present the notion of behavior with basis on merleau-ponty's of "the structure of behavior". the notion of structure plays a double role in that work: it allows understanding both the integration and the ruptures between the different order of phenomena (physical, vital and human), as well as apprehending conscience in situation, as the emergence of a sense anterior to the conscience of self and of the world. the passage from vital order to symbolic or human order, and merleau-ponty's criticism to bergson, who would have biologized the phenomenon of human culture, are highlighted.
Uma revis?o/discuss?o sobre a filosofia da ciência
Furlan, Reinaldo;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2002000300002
Abstract: the objective of this paper is to stimulate the reflection on the nature of scientific knowledge. the intention is not dogmatic, in the sense of saying what is scientific methodology, rather to present the following points that are the basis for the discussion of its foundation and break up with the apparent certainty of the common sense on the nature of scientific knowledge: (1) the relationship among internal and external science history, (2) the critic to the induction notion, (3) the role of theory in observation, (4) the principle of verification. in that presentation it is privileged the two main theories that polarized the discussions of philosophy of science in the last decades: the theories of popper and kuhn on the scientific methodology foundations.
A quest?o do método na psicologia
Furlan, Reinaldo;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722008000100004
Abstract: the issue of method in psychology is discussed from the standpoint of the thinking experience. analysis shows that no independence exists between method, issue and theory. strictly speaking, there are methodological issues in the act of coping with the knowledge of reality.
Freud, Politzer, Merleau-Ponty
Furlan, Reinaldo;
Psicologia USP , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65641999000200009
Abstract: the aim of this article is to introduce the first contrasting ideas of merleau-ponty?s philosophy and the freudian psychoanalysis, along with the presentation of the "critics of psychology fundaments" (g. politzer). politzer criticizes the freudian postulation of psychic division, and the postulation of the semantic of conventional language in the determination of the whole living sense. merleau-ponty uses these critics for a theory of human expression and existence.
Fenomenologia e esquizoanálise na psicologia: um encontro possível?
Furlan, Reinaldo;
Psicologia USP , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642006000300009
Abstract: our intent is to put together two important areas of philosophy &– phenomenology and schizoanalysis &– which exist in the field of psychology as research forms or perspectives. we believe that the critical meeting of these philosophies may be profitable in many ways, from a better understanding of their meanings to a broadening of their usage in the field of psychology.
A no??o de consciência n' A Estrutura do Comportamento (Merleau-Ponty)
Furlan, Reinaldo;
Psicologia USP , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642001000100002
Abstract: the goal of the present paper is to introduce the concept of consciousness in the philosophy of merleau-ponty, based on his "the structure of behavior," in wich he offers an analysis of biology stressing the passage from the biological order to the symbolic or human order. in that work, merleau-ponty strengthens the concept of "structure" as an alternative to the classical metaphysical dichotomy between subject and object (res cogitans e res extensa), trying to understand both the integration and the ruptures between the different orders of phenomena (physical, vital and human). the advantage of the notion of structure would also be the possibility of apprehending consciousness in situation and the emergence of sense anterior to the conscience of self and of the world.
Fundamentos de la concepción moderna de la traducción: la teoría de la traducción renacentista = Origins of the modern concept of translation: the Renaissance theory of translation
Mauri FURLAN
1611 : Revista de Historia de la Traducción , 2012,
Abstract: Las reflexiones sobre la práctica de la traducción del Renacimiento revelan que en ese período aparecieron las ideas —que todavía hoy guían esta actividad— basadas en la existencia de una unidad de pensamiento y de actuación, en una teoría de la traducción. Para una buena lectura de aquellos textos es imprescindible el estudio de la concepción del lenguaje entonces vigente que era una parte de la retórica clásica. En ella se originó el pensamiento renacentista sobre la traducción definido en este artículo como teoría elocutiva de la traducción . Renaissance reflections on translation practice reveal not only that the foundations of contemporary translation theory were laid during that period, but also that there was a unity of thought and practice, in other words a theory of translation. A proper interpretation of these texts inevitably requires an examination of the then current concept of language, as formulated in Classical rhetoric. This is key to our understanding of Renaissance thinking on translation, and will provide the framework for our analysis of the period’s thinking on the topic, according to what might be termed as the “elocutive theory of translation” in the Renaissance.
A no o de consciência n' A Estrutura do Comportamento (Merleau-Ponty)
Furlan Reinaldo
Psicologia USP , 2001,
Abstract: O objetivo deste trabalho é apresentar a no o de "consciência" na filosofia de Merleau-Ponty, a partir d' A Estrutura do Comportamento, obra na qual Merleau-Ponty n o se furta a uma análise da biologia para marcar a passagem para a ordem simbólica ou humana. Nesta obra, privilegia-se a no o de "estrutura" como alternativa às dicotomias da metafísica clássica entre sujeito e objeto (res cogitans e res extensa), procurando com isso a uma só vez entender a integra o e as rupturas entre as diferentes ordens de fen menos (físico, vital e humano). A vantagem da no o de estrutura também seria a possibilidade de apreender a consciência em situa o, a emergência de sentido anterior à consciência de si e do mundo.
Merleau-Ponty e descartes: o afeto entre a medicina e a psicologia Merleau-Ponty and descartes: the feeling between medicine and psychology
Reinaldo Furlan
Psicologia Clínica , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-56652012000200008
Abstract: Através da no o de afeto, à luz da filosofia de Merleau-Ponty, busca-se problematizar a heran a da metafísica cartesiana presente na medicina e na psicologia ocidentais. Em Descartes encontramos dois programas distintos de pesquisa para a Antropologia: um para o corpo, do qual se encarregou nossa medicina, e outro para a alma, do qual se encarregou nossa psicologia. Afinal, embora na Antropologia cartesiana o homem seja de fato a uni o substancial de corpo e alma, só se pode falar com clareza de um ou outro termo conforme os ditames de sua metafísica. Através da descri o do sentido da experiência do corpo próprio, Merleau-Ponty busca desconstruir as no es de corpo e alma em Descartes para explicitar essa uni o que a filosofia cartesiana reconheceu apenas de fato. A no o de sentir ou afeto é central nessa discuss o, pois é a express o privilegiada dessa uni o. Based on the notion of feeling, according to the philosophy of Merleau-Ponty, the legacy of Cartesian metaphysics presence in western medicine and psychology is discussed. In Descartes we find two distinct programs of research: one for the body, which undertook our medicine, and another for the soul, which undertook our psychology. After all, although in the Cartesian Anthropology man is in fact the substantial union between body and soul, his metaphysical establishes that we can just speak clearly about them separately. By describing the meaning of the experience of the own body, Merleau-Ponty seeks to deconstruct the notions of body and soul in Descartes, and point out this union that Descartes's philosophy recognized just in fact. The notion of feeling is the bottom line in this discussion, once it is the privileged expression of this union.
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