There is an inconsistency of the analytical lay perspective vis-à-vis the brain structure; this is more than a regression towards the atoms of knowledge, which for the classical analysts is on the outside. The cerebral cognitive architecture can be seen as a synthetic whole that joins the internal dimensions of human nature with the external, that is to say that it takes into account both the exteriority and the naturalness and part of both; in fact the intelligent ordering knows how to embroider the instinctive and limbic with the data given by sensoriality and in turn the instinctive-limbic in the linguistic-logical and the sensory in the linguistic-logical for planning and decision, elements very proper and at the same time simultaneous in the cerebral structure. Therefore, to absolutize the analytic is really a reduction of knowledge, moreover, the reduction of the meaning of contents to facts and matter is a cerebral contradictory, by the very nature of its structure which does not partialize or reduce anything as is the case with the analytic. Classical empiricism and the empiricism of the last century in front of the studies of the structure and functioning of the brain, turns out to be partial, because they have a reductionist structure that is assimilated as totalitarian. It is not that it is totally invalid, but that it is partially valid, that is to say, if the contents are analyzed from the cerebral sensoriality, it is more or less coherent, but at present, to remain only in that field and interpretation, and cognitive impertinence.
|Translated title of the contribution||Inconsistency of the Analytical-Empirical Dimension from the Cognitive Brain Conformation|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Number of pages||27|
|Journal||Sophía: Colección de Filosofía de la Educación|
|State||Published - 1 Jan 2017|
CACES Knowledge Areas
- 8111A Psychopedagogy