• Imagen, aspecto y emoción: apuntes para una fenomenología de la metáfora

      Fermandois, Eduardo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2009)
    • Immanuel Kant: algunas observaciones sobre el optimismo

      Caro, Hernán Darío (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2005)
    • Immanuel Kant: La declaración pública de Kant contra Fichte

      Moledo, Fernando (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2007)
    • In memoriam László Tengelyi (1954-2014)

      Vargas Bejarano, Julio César (2015)
      El texto ofrece una semblanza del trabajo académico, filosófico del autor, de su vida.
    • Inadvertencia y responsabilidad moral

      Frankfurt, Harry G. (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2009)
      Against the view of certain philosophers, such as Thomas Nagel, I defend the com- mon sense belief that people are not responsible for what they do or bring about inadvertently. I consider what response we might reasonably expect from a person who inadvertently does or brings about some event or condition that is manifestly undesirable or bad; and I suggest that we might reasonably expect such a person not to feel guilty but, rather, to feel embarrassed by his or her inability to prevent or avoid that condition or event.
    • Indeterminación cuántica, libertad y responsabilidad

      Patarroyo Gutiérrez, Carlos G. (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2008)
    • Indeterminación, inutilidad y abstracción. Problemas de las teorías teleológicas del contenido mental

      Jaume Rodríguez, Andrés Luis (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2013)
      La teleosemántica es el intento de naturalizar el contenido mental mediante el recurso al concepto de función biológica. En el presente artículo se argumenta que ésta carece de los recursos necesarios para hacer frente a tres problemas: la indeterminación del contenido, el carácter abstracto del mismo y la inutilidad biológica de algunas de las representaciones que pueden albergar organismos como los humanos.
    • Ingeniería inversa y cognición: ¿algunas remembranzas panglossianas?

      Echeverri Álvarez, Jonathan; Chaves Castaño, Liliana (2014)
      Daniel C. Dennett has dedicated a great part of his work to the conception of an application of reverse engineering and adaptationism in order to explain the evolution of the human mind. Dennett sees this perspective as a promising possibility in the development of a scientific psychology, in contrast to the "eliminative materialism" of neuroscience. The article provides a conceptual approach and examines a philosophical precedent in the discussions regarding adaptationism in biology and evolutionary psychology: intentionality or the theory of intentional systems.
    • Inquietud de lo incondicional y mesianismo. Jacques Derrida lector de Walter Benjamin

      Potestà, Andrea (2019)
      W. Benjamin expresses his political concerns in his theses on “revolutionary violence” as “divine exception”. J. Derrida sees this as a historical rupture, a fact that allows for an analogy and even a continuity between the two authors. However, Derrida highlights the political inadequacy and the “unbearable” effect of Benjamin’s formulation. The article seeks an in-depth understanding of this critique in order to advance toward a hypothesis that makes the two approaches to violence converge and that complements them with a discussion of Messianism and the issue of responsibility.
    • Integridad moral como ampliación emocional de la autorreflexión

      Modzelewski, Helena (2017)
      The purpose of the article is to define moral integrity on the basis of self-reflection, meta-emotion, and identity. Starting out from H. Frankfurt’s notion of self-reflection, the article expands his assessment of desires with the help of C. Taylor ‘s concepts of strong and weak self-reflection. While it is true that emotions are relevant for motivation, it is an individual’s actions that count when assessing reflexivity. The article suggests that emotions, even when they have not materialized into actions, are relevant in determining moral identity. Likewise, it discusses meta-emotions as a type of second-order desire that is not necessarily linked to volition, but whose potential is similar to that of second-order volitions. It suggests that moral emotions, according to C. Korsgaard, be considered equivalent to meta-emotions, which, together with reasons, determine moral integrity.
    • Intencionalidad, pasividad y autoconciencia en la fenomenología de Husserl

      De Nigris, Francesco (2015)
      Despite the nuances and variations in meaning, Husserlian intentionality continues to be at the service of truth as adaequatio, adapted to the monadic order of transcendental consciousness. However, the internal consciousness of time reveals the difficulty of interpreting the passive sphere of consciousness intentionally, which jeopardizes intentionality's vocation for truth. On the basis of eidetic constitution, a passive genesis of ideal intentional meaning is sought, which does not lose its reference to the ego
    • Interpretación y relativismo: observaciones sobre la filosofía de Günter Abel

      Gama Barbosa, Luis Eduardo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2011)
      Günter Abel�s interpretationist philosophy is one of the most recent and original reflections on the phenomenon of interpretation. Gathering insights from various theoretical horizons (Nietzsche, Wittgenstein, Goodman, Davidson), Abel believes that the interpretative activity is essentially inherent to all processes of the human spirit and identifies three fundamental forms of its realization. The introduction of these levels of interpretation and of the interpretative worlds associated with them allows for a differentiated response to the accusation of relativism that is often raised against any approach that confers a central ontological and epistemological position to interpretation. This article is a presentation and a critical evaluation of such an approach.
    • Intersubjetividad a priori y empatía

      Cabrera, Celia (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2013)
      Considerando que los estudios sobre la intersubjetividad en Husserl deben ir más allá del camino cartesiano, D. Zahavi propone ir �más allá de la empatía� y profundizar el concepto husserliano de �constitución�. Para demostrar que la dimensión intersubjetiva no depende del encuentro con otro sujeto sino que pertenece a priori a la subjetividad, este autor esclarece la dependencia de la intencionalidad de horizonte respecto de la intersubjetividad trascendental. Se analiza en qué sentido es posible establecer esta dependencia y evalúa la viabilidad general del intento de ir �más allá de la empatía� en el tratamiento fenomenológico de la alteridad.
    • Introducción a la traducción - Moderación socrática y conocimiento de sí

      Carreño Novoa, Laura Sofía; Schmid, Walter T. (2019)
    • Intrusión pragmática y valor epistémico

      Engel, Pascal; Rivera Novoa, Ángel (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2012)
    • Investigar y Deliberar en la filosofía aristotélica

      Farieta, Alejandro (Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Departamento de Filosofía, 2008)
    • Is Aristotle's Response to the Argument for Fatalism in De Interpretatione 9 Successful?

      Istvan, M.A. (2014)
      The goal of this paper is to figure out whether Aristotle´s response to the argument for fatalism in De Interpretatione 9 is a success. By "response" it is meant not simply the reasons Aristotle offers to highlight why fatalism does not accord with how we conduct our lives, but also the solution he devises to block the argument for fatalism. This paper finds that a) Aristotle´s argument for fatalism is essentially bivalence plus that the truth of a proposition implies necessity, b) that Aristotle´s solution is to restrict bivalence, c) that this solution is coherent, and d) that while this solution does not rule out the possibility of fatalism, it does succeed in blocking the argument for fatalism offered within chapter 9.