@misc{cogprints6165, month = {August}, title = {The Conception of Anthropological Complementarism. An Introduction}, author = {Prof. em. Dr. Hans-Ulrich Hoche}, publisher = {Paderborn (Germany): mentis 2008.}, year = {2008}, journal = {Anthropological Complementarism. Linguistic, Logical, and Phenomenological Studies in Support of a Third Way Beyond Dualism and Monism. }, keywords = {action; analysis, linguistic; analyticity; assenting tests; behaviour; believing; body-mind-world relations; Bohr, Niels; brain activities; brain-consciousness-problems; causation, psychophysical; combination tests; complementarity; consciousness, of others vs. my own; correlate, neuronal; difference, categorial vs. numerical; dualism; dual-aspect theories; entailment; Frege; Hare, R. M.; Husserl; identity; implication, semantic vs. pragmatic; intending; intentionality; methods, philosophical; monism; noema; noematics, pure; nonsense vs. falsehood; object, intentional; ontology, concrete; perception; perspective, first- vs. third-person; phenomenology, linguistic; phenomenology, purely noematic; phenomenology, transcendental; Planck; pseudo-propositions; real vs. cis- and trans-real; Russell; seeing; semi-behaviourism; sortality; thing (in) itself; Velmans, Max; world(s) }, url = {http://cogprints.org/6165/}, abstract = {The aims of 'Anthropological Complementarism' in a nutshell(sect. 1). Against a watered-down conception of psychophysical complementarity (sect. 2). Linguistic and logical problems of identity and non-identity (sect. 3). A 'noematic' approach to consciousness (sect. 4). A plea for a pure noematics (sect. 5). My own consciousness as experienced by myself is not a part of nature (sect. 6). The major ontological tenets of mine (sect. 7). Complementarism proper (sect. 8). Suitable and unsuitable methods in philosophy (sect. 9). How to determine the methods suitable for philosophical inquiries (sect. 10). Linguistic and phenomenological methods (sect. 11). 'Linguistic phenomenology' (sect. 12). A note on philosophical truth (sect. 13). } }