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Leibniz and culinary cognitions: a speculative journey

An argument is made for Leibniz as our first modern food philosopher. This is based on his theory of cognition or perception and culinary examples he used in the New Essays on Human Understanding. This view is contrasted with Locke and Hume’s accounts of perception. Their atomistic approach... Full description

1st Person: Wertz, Spencer K. verfasserin
Source: Aus The journal of aesthetic education
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Type of Publication: Book
Language: English
Published: University of Illinois Press 2015
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