Unifying the manuscripts collected in this volume is Gärdenfors’s (2000) theory of conceptual spaces. It has meanwhile established itself both within contemporary cognitive science and beyond, as a descriptive approach mediating between the symbolic and the sub-symbolic levels of representation.
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