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|Daisie Radner Heterophänomenologie: wie wir etwas über die Vögel und die Bienen lernen in D. Perler/M. Wild (Hg) Der Geist der Tiere Frankfurt 2005
Perler I 410
Definition Environment/J. von Uexküll/Radner: the factors that affect the animal. Their number and solidarity is determined by the animal's construction plan.
Definition Inner world/J. v. Uexküll/Radner: consists of the effects produced by the environmental factors in the nervous system. These effects are also ensured and regulated by the construction plan.
For example, the hetero-phenomenological problem of color blindness is essentially an environmental problem.
Environment/Inner world/Radner: both can be approached from the viewpoint of the 1st and the 3rd person.
This distinction does not correspond to that between car and hetero-phenomenology.
Hetero-phenomenology: 1., 3. Person/environment/inner world: all combination of questions are possible.
Environment/hetero-phenomenological: 3rd person: E.g.: "How do things appear to the subject?"
1. Person: E.g. "How would things appear to me if I had a sense device like that of the subject?"
Inner world/hetero-phenomenological: 3rd person: E.g.: "How are the experiences of the subject?"
1. Person: E.g. "How would my experiences be if I were in the circumstances of the subject and had certain characteristics in common with it?".
Environment/Animal/Radner: the (Uexkull's) environment of an animal can be explored independently of any consideration of its inner world.
D. Perler/M. Wild (Hg)
Der Geist der Tiere Frankfurt 2005