General Objectives


general objectives – the deepening, reinterpretation and inter- and transdisciplinary capitalization of the concepts and theories proposed by the main authors mentioned in this interdisciplinary foray that described the “articulation” between the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of language and communication, and the specific correlation between modernism and postmodernism (Rorty, Quine , Davidson, Putnam, Kuhn, Toulmin, van Fraasen, Sal Revisto, St. Fuller, Chomsky, Davidson, Sellars, Searle, Dennett, Churchland, Chalmers, Danto, Bloom, Wolin, Margolis, Schrag, Paul de Man, Calvin O. Schrag, J. Sallis, P. Heelan, DM Levin, Chalmers etc.)