A Biologia Kantiana de Jakob von Uexküll
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Uexküll
Kant
Biologia
Epistemologia
Organismo
Experiência
Sujeito

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Borges de Souza, E. C., & Araujo , A. . (2021). A Biologia Kantiana de Jakob von Uexküll. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 21(43). https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v43i21.3452

Resumen

Como proposta, o artigo procura mostrar em que sentido a biologia teórica de Uexküll expande princípios da epistemologia kantiana: a ideia de que a estrutura cognitiva referente à organização da experiência sensorial não se restringe ao ser humano e incluiria também formas orgânicas não-humanas. De um ponto de vista metodológico, Uexküll estabelece as bases de uma teoria geral do organismo que conjuga elementos da epistemologia kantiana e observações fisiológicas. Como estratégia de desenvolvimento deste artigo, em particular, vamos explorar a continuidade entre a fundamentação kantiana da biologia teórica (1926) e a teoria de Umwelt (1934).     

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