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    Andrej Ule (2005). Wie Kann Man Einen Gedankenvogel Fangen? Einige Kommentare Von Wittgenstein Zur Komputationalen Formung Des Geistes. Synthesis Philosophica 20 (2):373-388.
    In diesem Essay analysiert der Autor Wittgensteins Kritik an einigen Annahmen, die für einen Großteil der Kognitionswissenschaft von zentraler Bedeutung sind. Diese umfassen die Konzepte von komputationalen Prozessen im Gehirn, die mentale Zustände und Prozesse hervorbringen, die algorythmische Informationsprozessierung im Gehirn , das Gehirn als Maschine, den psychophysischen Parallelismus, die Denkmaschine sowie die Konfusion der Regel, die dem Benehmen folgt im Einklang mit dieser Regel. Nach des Autors Meinung haben die Theoretiker der Kognitionswissenschaft Wittgensteins Kritik noch immer nicht ernsthaft erörtert, (...)
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    Andrej Ule (1994). Wille und Wunsch in der Handlung bei Wittgenstein. Wittgenstein-Studien 1 (1).
    Wittgenstein betont ständig den kategorialen Unterschied zwischen dem Willen und dem Wunsch. Der Wunsch gehört zur kausalen, empirischen Vorgängern der Handlung, der Wille aber gehört zur Handlung selbst als sein logisch interner Aspekt, der die Handlungen als ein Tun darstellt, das nur im Kontext von Sprachspielen und anderen Handlungen "existiert". In den Tagebüchern und im Tractatus wird der Wille auch als der Träger des Ethischen bestimmt, später wird ethische Aspekt des Willens (bzw. der willentlichen Handlung) weniger betont, obwohl implizit anwesend. (...)
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    Zoran Primorac & Andrej Ule (2006). Mjesto i uloga metafora i analogija u kompleksnom i pojmovnom mišljenju. Prolegomena 5 (1):29-51.
    Članak tematizira ulogu kompleksnog mišljenja u razvoju znanstvene spoznaje i mišljenja općenito. Po Vigotskom, kompleksno mišljenje je početna faza u ontogenezi, pa i filogenezi, ljudskog mišljenja i ono je u tom slijedu predpojmovno. Prema istom autoru, ono ima svoju unutarnju genezu koja započinje asocijativnim kompleksima, a završava pseudopojmovima. Kompleksno mišljenje je po svojoj bitifluidno, neograničeno i omogućuje prenošenje značenja. Smatramo da kompleksno mišljenje dolazi do izraza prije svega u uporabi metafora i analogija. Metafore i analogije imaju važnu eksplanatornu i ponekad (...)
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    Zoran Primorac & Andrej Ule (2005). Pojava i uloga kompleksa u nekim tvrdnjama Galilea Galileija. Prolegomena 4 (1):3-27.
    Raspravljamo o ulozi predpojmovnog kompleksnog mišljenja u znanstvenoj spoznaji i razvoju znanosti. Kompleksno mišljenje sa svom heterogenošću i imaginacijom omogućuje održavanje pojmovne strukture i reorganizaciju cjelokupnih teorijskih mreža, ali to “naplaćuje” latentnim prisustvom protuslovlja i nekonzistentnosti.Članak se nastavlja na našu analizu odnosa između kompleksnog i pojmovnog mišljenja u Aristotelovoj Fizici. Ako je kod Aristotela središnji kompleks pojam “mjesta”, kod Galileija je osnovni kompleks zbirka gibanja-stanja. Galilei još nema izrađenu potpunu pojmovnu strukturu mehanike pa možemo reći da je njegova teorijska osnova (...)
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    Zoran Primorac & Andrej Ule (2005). The Appearance and Role of Complexes in Some of Galileo Galilei's Claims. Prolegomena 4 (1):3-27.
    We discuss the role of the pre-conceptually complex thought in scientific knowledge and in the development of science. The heterogeneity and imaginativity of complex thought enables the preservation of a conceptual structure and helps in the reshaping of some whole theoretical nets, however it 'pays' for these qualities by its latent contradictority and inconsistency. This paper attaches to our earlier analysis of the relationship of between complex and conceptual thought in the Aristotel's Physics. If by Aristotle the notion of 'place', (...)
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    Andrej Ule (2005). Goals and Experiences of Bologna Process. Theoria 48 (1-2):85-94.
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    Andrej Ule (2005). How Can One Catch a Thougth-Bird? Some Wittgensteinian Comments to Computational Modelling of Mind. Synthesis Philosophica 20 (2):373-388.
    In this essay I analyse Wittgenstein’s criticism of several assumptions that are crucial for a large part of cognitive science. These involve the concepts of computational processes in the brain which cause mental states and processes, the algorithmic processing of information in the brain , the brain as a machine, psychophysical parallelism, the thinking machine, as well as the confusion of rule following with behaviour in accordance with the rule. In my opinion, the theorists of cognitive science have not yet (...)
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    Zoran Primorac & Andrej Ule (2006). Place and Role of Metaphors and Analogies in the Complex Thought and Conceptual Thought. Prolegomena 5 (1):29-51.
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    Andrej Ule (2004). Scepticism, Context and Modal Reasoning. Acta Analytica 19 (33):9-30.
    I analyze some classical solutions of the skeptical argument and some of their week points (especially the contextualist solution). First I have proposed some possible improvement of the contextualist solution (the introduction of the explicit-implicit belief and knowledge distinction beside the differences in the relevance of some counter-factual alternatives). However, this solution does not block too fast jumps of the everyday context (where empirical knowledge is possible) into skeptical context (where empirical knowledge is impossible). Then I analyze some formal analogies (...)
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    Andrej Ule (2006). Einstein, Gödel and the Disappearance of Time. Synthesis Philosophica 21 (2):223-231.
    I discuss Gödel's cosmological proposals that seemingly allow time-loops and time-travel, and particularly Gödel's thesis that the objectivity of time-lapse is not guaranteed a priory but depends on the physical conditions in a cosmos. We could not 'define' a uniform world time-line regarding the mean state of motion of matter but some relative and partial time lapses which would appear as simultaneous for other observers. I believe that consciousness may posses many time-modalities, and the 'annihilation' of lapse of time is (...)
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    Andrej Ule (2005). Comment Peut-on Attraper l'Oiseau de la Pensée? Less Commentaires Certains du Models Computationnels de Wittgenstein. Synthesis Philosophica 20 (2):373-388.
    Dans cet essai, j’analyse la critique que Wittgestein fait d’un certain nombre de thèses qui sont cruciales pour une grande partie de la science cognitive. Il s’agit notamment des concepts de processus computationnels dans le cerveau qui causent des états mentaux, du traitement algorithmique des informations dans le cerveau , du cerveau comme machine, du parallélisme psychophysique, de la machine pensante, ainsi que de la confusion du fait de suivre des règles avec le comportement qui est en conformité avec ces (...)
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    Andrej Ule (2006). Einstein, Gödel und das Verschwinden der Zeit. Synthesis Philosophica 21 (2):223-231.
    Der Autor setzt sich mit Gödels kosmologischem Ansatz auseinander, der scheinbar Zeitschleifen und Zeitreisen erlaubt, sowie insbesondere mit seiner These, dass die Objektivität des Zeitablaufs nicht a priori gegeben ist, sondern von physikalischen Bedingungen im All abhängt. Wir könnten keine einheitliche Weltzeitlinie in Bezug zum mittleren Bewegungsstatus der Dinge „definieren”, sondern nur einige relative und partielle Zeitabläufe, die den Betrachtern als gleichzeitig verlaufend vorkommen würden. Der Autor hinterfragt die Möglichkeit verschiedener „Zeitwahrnehmungen“ für denselben Betrachter: einmal da, wo der Zeitverlauf eine (...)
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    Andrej Ule (2006). Kako uloviti pticu misli? Nekoliko wittgensteinovskih komentara uz računarsko modeliranje uma. Filozofska Istrazivanja 26 (2):389-403.
    I analyze Wittgenstein’s criticism of several assumptions that are crucial for a large part of cognitive science. These involve the concepts of computational processes in the brain which cause mental states and processes, the algorithmic processing of information in the brain (neural system), the brain as a machine, psycho physical parallelism, the thinking machine, as well as the confusion of rule following with behavior in accordance with the rule. In my opinion, the theorists of cognitive science have not yet seriously (...)
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    Andrej Ule (2006). Einstein, Gödel and the Disappearance of Time. Synthesis Philosophica 21 (2):223-231.
    The author discusses Gödel’s cosmological proposals that seemingly allow time-loops and time-travel, and particularly Gödel’s thesis that the objectivity of time-lapse is not guaranteed a priori but depends on the physical conditions in a cosmos. We could not ‘define’ a uniform world time-line regarding the mean state of motion of matter but some relative and partial time lapses which would appear as simultaneous for other observers. The author believes that consciousness may posses many time-modalities, and the ‘annihilation’ of lapse of (...)
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  15. Andrej Ule (2006). Cassirer's Invariance Concept of Aprioricity. Filozofski Vestnik 27 (3):79 - +.
    The Carssirer's conceptions of aprioricity, especially of synthetic a priori principles in exact sciences, is analysed. I consider his 'Marburg's' period, first of all his paper on Kant and modern mathematics. Cassirer defends the thesis on invariance principles as the modern variant of synthetic principles a priori. I analyze his arguments on the existence of apriori principles of science and compare his concept of aprioricity with holistic accounts of theories, 'semantic view of theories' and structural realism.
     
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  16. Andrej Ule (1991). Development of Logical Form. Filozofski Vestnik 12 (1):215-224.
    In this paper, I would like to point out some problems of the presently reigning functional concept of the logical form of sentences, which presents itself as the final answer to the question of true logical form of sentences and, with this, as the basic scheme of logic. I believe that the present conception of the logical form of sentences is a historical result, which in many ways surpasses all former concepts of logical form in the history of logic, but (...)
     
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  17. Andrej Ule (2001). Frege and the Concept of Logical Analysis. Acta Analytica 25:47-60.
     
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  18. Andrej Ule (forthcoming). Kako Lahko Apliciramo Matematiko Na Svet? Filozofski Vestnik 2002 (23/1).
    In the article are presented the main philosophical explanations of the application of mathematics on the real world (Plato, Aristotle, rationalists, empiricists, Kant, Frege, Husserl, Carnap etc.). They indicate some typical triangular structure of relationships where the mathematical structures somehow correspond to the forms of reality, and thus are possible though something third what bound them. The attempts to solve the question of the application of mathematics by the dispensability of mathematics (e.g. Field) do not success because they do not (...)
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  19. Andrej Ule (forthcoming). Kuhnov pogled na zgodovino znanosti. Filozofski Vestnik 1995 (176).
    T. Kuhn opposes in his articles on history of science the union of the philosophy and history of science. He is defending an interdisciplinary dialog between both sciences. A given problem would be explained there from the point of view od the philosophy of science and of the history of science but not by a unified point of view. However, Kuhn gave with his theory of scientific revolutions the basis for a new science: the theory of the development of science. (...)
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  20. Andrej Ule (1994). Kantovi Transcendentalni Argumenti. Filozofski Vestnik 15 (1):51-65.
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  21. Andrej Ule (2006). Kako uloviti pticu misli? Nekoliko wittgensteinovskih komentara uz računarsko modeliranje uma: How Can One Catch a Thought-Bird? Some Wittgensteinian Comments to Computational Modelling of Mind. Filozofska Istrazivanja 26 (2):389-403.
    I analyze Wittgenstein’s criticism of several assumptions that are crucial for a large part of cognitive science. These involve the concepts of computational processes in the brain which cause mental states and processes, the algorithmic processing of information in the brain (neural system), the brain as a machine, psycho physical parallelism, the thinking machine, as well as the confusion of rule following with behavior in accordance with the rule. In my opinion, the theorists of cognitive science have not yet seriously (...)
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  22. Andrej Ule (1999). Regimentation of Sorites- a Solution by the Change of Language Games. Acta Analytica 14 (1):7-26.
    I sketch the basic problem of vagueness - the sorites paradox and propose a new solution. I try to show that the paradoxical result of the sorites arguments arises from combining different language games or representation systems without sufficient care. I propose two solutions, two types of regimentating the sorites. They do not allow an inheritance of the vague property F in the whole sequence of objects. The first introduces some quantitatively determined predicates (quantitative regimentation) and the second (relational regimentation) (...)
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  23. Andrej Ule (1992). Sodobne Teorije Znanosti. Znanstveno in Publicistiécno Srediéséce.
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  24. Andrej Ule & Matthias Varga Von Kibed (1998). Transcendental Unity and the Intrinsic Connection of Logic, Ethics and Aesthetics in the Tractatus. Acta Analytica 21:31-48.
     
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