Philosophy and Cognitive Science

Western & Eastern Studies

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ISBN: 978-3-642-29927-8 (Print) 978-3-642-29928-5 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-8

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    Pages 1-38

    Scientific Models Are Not Fictions

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    Pages 39-51

    An Examination of the Thesis of Models as Representations

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    Pages 53-74

    On Animal Cognition: Before and After the Beast-Machine Controversy

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    Pages 75-104

    From Mindless Modeling to Scientific Models

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    Pages 105-114

    The Greenhouse Metaphor and the Greenhouse Effect: A Case Study of a Flawed Analogous Model

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    Pages 115-141

    A Study of Model and Representation Based on a Duhemian Thesis

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    Pages 143-154

    From the Received View to the Model-Theoretic Approach

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    Pages 155-172

    Cognitive Chance Discovery: From Abduction to Affordance

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    Pages 173-184

    A Proposal on Belief, Abduction and Interpretation

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    Pages 185-203

    Not by Luck Alone: The Importance of Chance-Seeking and Silent Knowledge in Abductive Cognition

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    Pages 205-220

    Cognitive Abduction and the Study of Visual Culture

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    Pages 221-237

    Understanding Scientific Inference in the Natural Sciences Based on Abductive Inference Strategies

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    Pages 239-262

    Moral Intuitions vs. Moral Reasoning. A Philosophical Analysis of the Explanatory Models Intuitionism Relies On

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    Pages 263-287

    Evolutionary Tolerance