Philosophy of Conceptual Network

Por • 22 ene, 2018 • Sección: Crítica

Bernard Korzeniewski

Abstract. The article formulates the philosophy of a conceptual network and defines a concept as a unit of meaning. According to the proposed idea, the substance of our mind (subjective psyche) is constituted by a conceptual network which is composed of continuous concepts which have meanings through connotation. The conceptual network is an epiphenomenon of the neural network that is based on a dynamic structure of a complex of neurons interconnected in a functional way. Language is a secondary phenomenon in relation to the conceptual network: the words of language correspond to the best-distinguished concepts, and their meaning is determined by their conceptual “lining”. The conceptual networks of logic, mathematics and, especially, philosophy are not perfectly determined and specified. The “Absolute Truth” not only does not exist, but in fact it does not have any sense. (Self-)consciousness emerged as a result of recurrent self-reference of the neural/conceptual network.

Keywords: Concept NetworkMeaning by ConnotationLanguageEpistemologyAbsolute Truth

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DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2014.44050    3.756 Downloads   4.120 Views   Citations

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Korzeniewski, B. (2014) Philosophy of Conceptual Network. Open Journal of Philosophy4, 451-491. doi: 10.4236/ojpp.2014.44050.

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