Tim Ingold From Complementarity to Obviation. Par Luc Faucher. Heidegger dans la nature. « You have to be in a world to imagine yourself out of it, and it is through this being-in-the-world that you become what you are. » (257). L’objectif d’une vie.
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« You have to be in a world to imagine yourself out of it, and it is through this being-in-the-world that you become what you are. » (257)
• “What is ‘direct’ visual perception? I argue that the seeing of
an environment by an observer in that environment is direct in that
it is not mediated by visual sensations or sense data. ... Direct
perception is not based on the having of sensations.” (Gibson, ‘A
theory of direct visual perception’, 1974, p. 215)
• “In my theory, perception is not supposed to occur in the brain but
to arise in the retino-neuro-muscular system as an activity of the
whole system.” (1974, p. 217)
• “I shall suggest that natural vision depends on the eyes in the head
on a body supported by the ground, the brain being only the central
organ of a complete visual system.” (1979, p. 1)