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Spaces enabling game-changing and sustaining innovations: why space matters for knowledge creation and innovation
Abstract Innovation has become one of the key drivers for growth. However, how do we bring about innovation which is both radical and respects the limits of the world? One of our key assumptions isExpand
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Does Representation Need Reality
This paper discusses the notion of representation and outlines the ideas and questions which led to the organization of this volume. We argue for a distinction between the classical view ofExpand
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Triple-loop learning as foundation for profound change, individual cultivation, and radical innovation: Construction processes beyond scientific and rational knowledge.
Purpose: How does new knowledge or profound change come about and which processes of construction are involved? This article aims at developing an epistemological as well as methodological frameworkExpand
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Rethinking Grounding
The ‘grounding problem’ poses the question of how the function and internal mechanisms of a machine, natural or artificial, can be intrinsic to the machine itself, i.e. independent of an externalExpand
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Designing and Enabling Spaces for collaborative knowledge creation and innovation: From managing to enabling innovation as socio-epistemological technology
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The paper claims that innovation is a highly challenging social and epistemological process which needs to be facilitated and enabled through supporting (infra-)structures. Expand
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From mechanisms to function: an integrated framework of animal innovation
Animal innovations range from the discovery of novel food types to the invention of completely novel behaviours. Innovations can give access to new opportunities, and thus enable innovating agents toExpand
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A simulation system for the investigation of cognitive processes in artificial cognitive systems-Radical connectionism and computational neuroepistemology
  • M. Peschl
  • Computer Science
  • [Proceedings] IEEE International Joint…
  • 18 November 1991
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The aim of the project described is to achieve a deeper understanding of cognitive processes. Expand
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Understanding Representation in the Cognitive Sciences
This paper discusses the notion of representation and outlines the ideas and questions which led to the organization of this volume. We argue for a distinction between the classical view ofExpand
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When Coffee Cups Are Like Old Elephants or Why Representation Modules Don ’ t Make Sense
I argue against a widespread assumption of many current models of cognition — namely, that the process of creating representations of reality can be separated from the process of manipulating theseExpand
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Explicating the epistemological role of simulation in the development of theories of cognition
In this paper, we argue that simulation introduces a completely new quality to the process of theory development. One of the main methodological characteristics of cognitive science (compared toExpand
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