Kinestesia ja matematisoitu liike. Galilein, Aristoteleen ja Husserlin liikekäsitysten jäljillä

Movement Mathematized and Kinaesthesia

Galileo's work and classical mechanics opened the road to the mathematical reconstruction of the movement in the 17th century. The "mathematized movement" has culturally dominated our notion of movement, while the other relevant aspects of the movement are overlooked. The article introduces Aristotle's idea of kinesis and, in particular, Edmund Husserl's notion of movement, kinaesthesia. Discussing kinaesthetic sensations, Husserl considers how they interact with visual movements developing "kinaesthetic fields". For Husserl, kinaesthesia seems to form the basis from which intentionality is to be understood, and within which perception itself must be integrated.

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