Marxian subjects in "nouvelle" psychological science.


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Marxian topics in "nouvelle" intellectual science Arrangement of Talk Depiction of some Marxian Subjects 2) 'Marxian GOFAI' 3) Parallels between Marxian approach and nouvelle pinion sci. 4) Reactions of Machine gear-piece Sci got from a Marxian approach What considers 'Marxian'? 'More youthful Marx' versus 'More established Marx'
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Marxian topics in ‘nouvelle’ psychological science Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Plan of Talk Snapshot of some Marxian Themes 2) ‘Marxian GOFAI’ 3) Parallels between Marxian methodology and nouvelle gear-tooth sci. 4) Criticisms of Cog Sci got from a Marxian approach Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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What matters as ‘Marxian’? ‘Younger Marx’ versus ‘Older Marx’ Young Marx = e.g. ‘ Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts’ (1844) Older Marx = e.g. ‘ Capital’ (1862-1866) Pre and Post Marx Pre Marx = Hegel & Young Hegelians (e.g. Feuerbach) Post Marx = Engels (and a million others). Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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‘Homo Faber’ (‘Man the Maker’) Man is basically a maker He conveys what needs be and makes himself through generation “By in this way following up on the outer world and evolving it, he in the meantime changes his own nature” (Capital Vol. 1 Chap. 7) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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‘Species Being’ “It is in the working over of the target world that man first avows himself as an animal types being. This generation is his dynamic species-life. Through it nature shows up as his work and his world. The object of work is consequently the species\' externalization life of man; for he copies himself mentally, in his brain, as well as effectively in all actuality and in this manner can take a gander at his picture in a world he has created.” (EPMS ) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Man’s inorganic body “Nature is the inorganic assortment of man” (EPMS) “ The first thing of which the worker has himself is not the subject of his work but rather its instrument. Accordingly Nature gets to be one of the organs of his action, one that he attaches to his own substantial organs.” (Capital Vol. 1 Chap. 7) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Marxian Intersubjectivity Production will be creation for others. “The relationship of man to himself first gets to be goal to him through his relationship to other men” (EPMS) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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How things ought to be Let us assume that we had completed creation as people. Each of us would have in two ways confirmed himself and the other individual. 1) In my creation I would have externalized my singularity, its particular character , and in this way appreciated not just an individual sign of my life amid the action, additionally when taking a gander at the item I would have the individual joy of knowing my identity to be objective, noticeable to the faculties and thus a force past all uncertainty . 2) In your delight or utilization of my item I would have the immediate happiness both of being aware of having fulfilled a human need by my work, that is, of having typified man\'s vital nature, and of having in this way made an article relating to the need of another man\'s crucial nature. 3) I would have been for you the arbiter in the middle of you and the species, and subsequently would get to be perceived and felt by you yourself as your very own finishing fundamental nature and as an important piece of yourself, and hence would know myself to be affirmed both in your idea and your affection. 4) In the individual articulation of my life I would have straightforwardly made your demeanor of your life, and in this way in my individual action I would have specifically affirmed and understood my actual nature, my human instinct, my shared nature . Our items would be such a large number of mirrors in which we saw mirrored our key nature. (‘On James Mill’ – K. Marx) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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‘Alienation’ (when things turn out badly) There are loads of methods for depicting how things turn out badly: Imposition of Division of Labor illustration of inward discontinuity Appropriation of my work by another person for their finishes irritation from self, from own action and so on Domination by thing relations reversal of normal relations Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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“Owing to the broad utilization of apparatus and to division of work, the proletarians\' work has lost all individual character, and therefore, all appeal for the laborer. He turns into an extremity of the machine ” (The Communist Manifesto – 1848) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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“According to the laws of political economy the laborer\'s estrangement is communicated as takes after: The more the specialist delivers the less he needs to devour, the more values he makes the more valueless and useless he turns into, the more framed the item the more disfigured the worker…..” (EPMS 1844) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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4 Aspects of Alienated Labor (i) Relationship of the laborer to the result of his work as an outsider protest that has control over him. (ii) The specialist\'s relationship to his own particular movement as something that is outsider and does not have a place with him. (iii) ‘Species being’ of man, both nature and the scholarly resources of his species, are made into a being that is outsider to him, into a methods for his individual presence. It (industrialist work) estranges from man his own particular body, nature outside to him and his scholarly being. (iv) The estrangement of man from man. Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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“The more the laborer externalizes himself in his work, the all the more effective turns into the outsider, target world that he makes inverse himself, the poorer he gets to be in his internal life and the less he can call his own. It is in any case in religion. The more man puts into God, the less he holds in himself.” (EPMS) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Dialectics A way\'s portrayal things unravel in thought? (Hegel?) A way\'s depiction things unravel in the public arena? (Marx?) A way\'s depiction things unravel in nature? (Engels?) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Vague portrayals Progress is made by rising above resistances/disagreements/antinomies. The ‘unity of opposites’/the ‘interpenetration’ of alternate extremes. Investigation of wonders as far as their interconnectedness (inward relations) and ceaseless change. Corresponding causation Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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“ In a genuine contention there is something valid in each thought. Nothing is entirely or ‘indisputably’ genuine, nothing is completely silly or false.” (Lefebvre – ‘Dialectical Materialism’-) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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An and not A “A is for sure A, but rather An is likewise not-A definitely in so far as the suggestion ‘A is A’ is not a tautology but rather has a genuine content.” ( Lefebvre – ‘Dialectical Materialism’ ) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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The third term 1 X is cheerful 2 X is not glad 3 X is crazy Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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A ‘dialectical engine’? T F F T D Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Social wonders Empowerment/impoverishment of the specialist: “Activity that is resignation, influence that is shortcoming, multiplication that is castration” (EPMS 81) Money….”is the genuine operators of both partition and of union” Internal inconsistencies of Capitalism. Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Nature Engels - 3 persuasive laws: The change\'s law of amount into quality The interpenetration\'s law of alternate extremes The nullification\'s law of the refutation (Engels – ‘Dialectics of Nature’ – composed 1850-1870? Bar. 1920) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Material premise of thought (I) “The method of creation must not be viewed as just similar to the generation of the physical presence of the people. Maybe it is a distinct type of action of these people, an unequivocal type of communicating their life, an unmistakable method of life on their part. As people express their life so they are.” (German Ideology) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Material premise of thought (II) The ghosts shaped in the human cerebrum are additionally, fundamentally, sublimates of their material life process, which is exactly irrefutable and bound to material premises. …. Life is not controlled by cognizance, but rather awareness by life.” (German Ideology) Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Material premise of thought (III) Religion Philosophy Political belief systems Cultural Forms Enmeshed in different routes with the monetary association of society Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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‘Enactivism’ (Theses on Feuerbach) I The boss imperfection of all up to this point existing realism is that the thing, reality, arousing quality, is considered just as the article or of consideration, yet not as sexy human activity, hone.. VIII All social life is basically pragmatic. All riddles which lead theory to mystery locate their judicious arrangement in human practice and in the appreciation of this practice. XI The logicians have just translated the world, in different ways; the fact of the matter is to change it. Marxian Themes in Cognitive Science

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Against Philosophy “When

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