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Anti-representationalism: Not a Well-founded Theory of Cognition

@inproceedings{Kirchhoff2011AntirepresentationalismNA,
  title={Anti-representationalism: Not a Well-founded Theory of Cognition},
  author={Michael D. Kirchhoff},
  year={2011}
}
This article argues for the conclusion that anti-representationalism in the cognitive sciences is not a well-founded theory of cognition. This conclusion is supported by the observation that the link between the sceptical demonstrations and the anti-representational conclusion is too weak for the demonstrations to justify anti-representationalism in general. Rather than denying the need for internal representation, this article aim to establish that representational explanation - reconstructed… Expand
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