For Descartes, knowledge exists as ideas in the mind that represent the world. In a radical critique, Hubert Dreyfus and Charles Taylor argue that knowledge consists of much more than the representations we formulate in our minds. They affirm our direct contact with realityaboth the physical and the social worldaand our shared understanding of it.do only in interaction with the actual objects in the world: getting from A to B in our hometown, or tying a bow tie. We are ... I cana#39;t explain it to you, or draw you a diagram of the movements, or even make the movements in the absence of the tie.
|Author||:||Hubert Dreyfus, Charles Taylor|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 2015-05-11|