ПРАГМАТИКА АРГУМЕНТОВ К СУБЪЕКТИВНОМУ ОПЫТУ (КАК ФИЛОСОФСТВУЮТ РУКАМИ: ДЖ.Э. МУР И Р. НУНЬЕС)
The article is devoted to the problem of subjective experience in analytic tradition. Moore’s proof of external world and Nunez’s analysis of gestures and mental representation of infinity arc considered. It’s symbolic that both researchers use the same image — argumentation by means of “bare hands”. 1 mean famous Moore’s “proof of an external world”: “here is one hand and here is another”. The first part of the article is devoted to Moore’s arguments. It’s argued that the key Moore’s argument is the performative one and the pragmatics of Moore’s proof of an external world shares some basic characteristics with the pragmatics of Cartesian ‘cogito’. It’s interesting that the pragmatics of Moore’s arguments and the pragmatics of‘cogito’ are based on the deduction of existence as performative inference. The second part of the article is devoted to R. Nunez’s analysis of gestures and cognitive framework in philosophy of mathematics. R. Nunez makes a conclusion that metaphor of‘fictive motion’ is a relevant mental representation of infinity. Nunez tries to use gestures analysis to prove this claim. The differences between the pragmatics of Moore’s proof and the pragmatics of Nunez’s proof are discussed.