9781403989772

Cognitive Integration Mind and Cognition Unbounded

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    9781403989772

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-11-15
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Summary

This foray into the cutting-edge of cognitive studies marks both a bold new voice in the field and a highly original examination of the internalism/externalism problem in the philosophy of mind.

Author Biography

RICHARD MENARY is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Hertfordshire. He is editor of The Extended Mind (2006) and has published articles in leading journals such as Philosophical Psychology.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Visions of Cognition * The Manipulation Thesis * The Evolution of the Hybrid Mind * An Integrational Account of Systematicity * Development and the Transformation of Cognitive Abilities * Cognitive Norms and the Manipulation of External Representations * Cognitive Internalism * What's Wrong With the Extended Mind? * Attacking the Bounds of Cognition * Conclusion: Cognitive Integration
Introduction: Visions of Cognition * The Manipulation Thesis * The Evolution of the Hybrid Mind * An Integrational Account of Systematicity * Development and the Transformation of Cognitive Abilities * Cognitive Norms and the Manipulation of External Representations * Cognitive Internalism * What's Wrong With the Extended Mind? * Attacking the Bounds of Cognition * Conclusion: Cognitive Integration

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