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The human stain: Why cognitivism can't tell us what cognition is & what it does

@inproceedings{Keijzer2007TheHS,
  title={The human stain: Why cognitivism can't tell us what cognition is & what it does},
  author={F. Keijzer and P. Lyon},
  year={2007}
}
What is cognition? It is now common knowledge that, so far, no one has a ready answer. It is much less generally acknowledged that this is a matter of strong concern when it comes to the further development of the cognitive sciences. We discuss how cognitivism provided a strongly human orientation on cognition, which hindered the development of the standard piecemeal approach, which has been so extremely successful in the biological sciences more generally: first study simple cases and then… Expand
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