Apaixonados descartes

uma reinterpretação do papel do corpo no pensamento cartesiano

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Palavras-chave:

Corpo, Dualismo, Mente, Paixão, Fisiologia

Resumo

A leitura usual da perspectiva “antropológica” de Descartes classifica-a como um dualismo radical com uma distinção entre duas substâncias, mente e corpo, que experimentam grandes dificuldades de interação. Por meio de uma contextualização do pensamento fisiológico e psicológico de Descartes, bem como de uma leitura menos fragmentada de sua obra, pretendemos fazer uma revisão dessa interpretação tradicional, evidenciando seu caráter distorcido. Quando prestamos atenção à paixão, surge uma nova imagem de Descartes como uma espécie de monismo fenomenal, que é marcadamente diferente da imagem lendária tipicamente associada a ele, ainda hoje.

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Biografia do Autor

Vicente Raga-Rosaleny, Universidade Nacional da Colômbia

Doutorado em Filosofia pela Universitat de València. Professor Associado da Universidad Nacional de Colômbia.

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2020-06-18

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RAGA-ROSALENY, V. . Apaixonados descartes: uma reinterpretação do papel do corpo no pensamento cartesiano. Manuscrito: Revista Internacional de Filosofia, Campinas, SP, v. 43, n. 2, p. 54–95, 2020. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/manuscrito/article/view/8661006. Acesso em: 30 set. 2022.

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