1999

Understanding Representation in the Cognitive Sciences

Does Representation Need Reality?

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ISBN: 978-0-306-46286-3 (Print) 978-0-585-29605-0 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-8

  2. Position Paper

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      Pages 9-17

      Does Representation Need Reality?

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      Pages 19-22

      Overview of Contributions

  3. Different Facets of Representation

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      Pages 23-32

      The Connectionist Route to Embodiment and Dynamicism

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      Pages 33-38

      The Ontological Status of Representations

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      Pages 39-47

      Empirical and Metaphysical Anti-Representationalism

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      Pages 49-56

      Representation in Cognitive Neuroscience

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      Pages 57-74

      Cognition without Representation?

  4. Computational Approaches

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      Pages 75-81

      On Computing Systems and Their Environment

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      Pages 83-91

      Representation and Cognitive Explanation

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      Pages 93-100

      When Coffee Cups Are Like Old Elephants, or Why Representation Modules Don’t Make Sense

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      Pages 101-113

      The Recommendation Architecture: Relating Cognition to Physiology

  5. Cognition as a Dynamical System

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      Pages 115-119

      Neurodynamics and the Revival of Associationism in Cognitive Science

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      Pages 121-126

      The Dynamic Manifestation of Cognitive Structures in the Cerebral Cortex

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      Pages 127-134

      Response Selectivity, Neuron Doctrine, and Mach’s Principle in Perception

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      Pages 135-142

      Mental Representations: A Computational-Neuroscience Scheme

  6. Relevance of Action for Representation

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      Pages 143-146

      Sketchpads In and Beyond the Brain

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      Pages 147-159

      Inductive Learning with External Representations

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      Pages 161-167

      Does the Brain Represent the World? Evidence Against the Mapping Assumption

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      Pages 169-176

      Perception Through Anticipation. A Behaviour-Based Approach to Visual Perception

  7. Symbol Grounding nad Language

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      Pages 177-190

      Rethinking Grounding

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