Systems theories and a priori aspects of perception

@inproceedings{Jordan1998SystemsTA,
  title={Systems theories and a priori aspects of perception},
  author={James S. Jordan},
  year={1998}
}
Preface. List of Contributors. Historical Perspective. Control systems with a priori intentions register environmental disturbances a posteriori (W.A. Hershberger). William James, chaos theory, and conscious experience (A.R. Bailey). Systems theories: their origins, foundations, and development (A. Laszlo, S. Krippner). Systems-theoretical Models of Perception. Neural networks and perception (I.E. Dror, C.S. Schreiner). Broad mindedness and perceptual flexibility: lessons from dynamic… CONTINUE READING

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