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Foreword 1. Beyond the gap: an introduction to naturalizing phenomenology Jean-Michel Roy, Jean Petitot, Bernard Pachoud and Francisco J. Varela Part I. Intentionality, Movement and Temporality: 2. Intentionality naturalized? David Woodruff Smith 3. Saving intentional phenomena: intentionality, representation, and symbol Jean-Michel Roy 4. Leibhaftigkeit and representational theories of perception Elisabeth Pecherie 5. Perceptual completion: a case study in phenomenology and cognitive science Evan Thompson, Alva Noë and Luiz Pessoa 6. The teleological dimension of perceptual and motor intentionality Bernard Pachoud 7. Constitution by movement: Husserl in light of recent neurobiological findings Jean-Luc Petit 8. Wooden iron? Husserlian phenomenology meets cognitive science Tim van Gelder 9. The specious present: a neurophenomenology of time consciousness Francisco J. Varela Part II. Mathematics in Phenomenology: 10. Truth and the visual field Barry Smith 11. Morphological eidetics for a penomenology of perception Jean Petitot 12. Formal structures in the phenomenology of motion Roberto Casati 13. Gödel and Husserl Dagfinn Føllesdal 14. The mathematical continuum: from intuition to logic Giuseppe Longo Part III. The Nature and Limits of Naturalization: 15. Naturalizing phenomenology? Dretske on Qualia Ronald McIntyre 16. The immediately given as ground and background Juan-Jose Botero 17. When transcendental genesis encounters the naturalization project Natalie Depraz 18. Sense and continuum in Husserl Jean-Michel Salanskis 19. Cognitive psychology and the transcendental theory of knowledge Maria Villela-Petit 20. The movement of the living as the originary foundation of perceptual intentionality Renaud Barbaras 21. Philosophy and cognition: historical roots Jean-Pierre Dupuy Notes Bibliography Index of persons Index of topics.