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AMADOR, Fernanda  and  FONSECA, Tânia Mara Galli. From the intuition as philosophical method to the cartography as research method: considerations on the cartographer's cognitive exercis. Arq. bras. psicol. [online]. 2009, vol.61, n.1, pp. 30-37. ISSN 1809-5267.

This text discusses the cartography, a geographical practice of attendance of processes in course which, more than a delineating plan of historical courses, it is in charge of a field of forces in the core of the strata. Proposed as wandering way by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, the cartography offers itself as trail to access that which forces to think; to that which forces to move practices, subjectivities and worlds going in the pursuit of the event and giving itself to the researcher, as attendance possibility of that which does not bend to the representation. Understanding that the cartographic method convokes a peculiar cognitive exercise of the researcher - once being turned to the plan of a problematic field, it requests a cognition much more capable of inventing the world, that of recognizing it -, we looked for elements for that discussion in a dialogue with Henri Bergson when he is devoted to think about the intuition as method.

Keywords : Cartography; Cognition; Researcher.

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