Understanding Representation in the Cognitive Sciences
Plenum Academic / Kluwer Publishers
Table of Contents
Different Facets of Representation
The Connectionist Route to Embodiment and Dynamicism
The Ontological Status of Representations
Empirical and MetaphysicalAnti-Representationalism
Representation in Cognitive Neuroscience
Cognition without Representation?
On Computing Systems and Their Environment
Representation and Cognitive Explanation
When Coffee Cups Are Like Old Elephants, or Why Representation Modules Don't Make Sense
The Recommendation Architecture: Relating Cognition to Physiology
Cognition as a Dynamical System
Neurodynamics and the Revival of Associationism in Cognitive Science
The Dynamic Manifestation of Cognitive Structures in the Cerebral Cortex
Response Selectivity, Neuron Doctrine, and Mach's Principle in Perception
Mental Representations: A Computational-Neuroscience Scheme
Relevance of Action for Representation
Sketchpads In and Beyond the Brain
Inductive Learning with External Representations
Does the Brain Represent the World?Evidence Against the Mapping Assumption
Perception Through Anticipation. A Behaviour-Based Approach to Visual Perception
Symbol Grounding and Language
Reality: A Prerequisite to Meaningful Representation
Explorations in Synthetic Pragmatics
Communication and Social Coupling
Does Semantics Need Reality?
Empiricism and Social Reality: Can Cognitive Science Be Socialized?
Habitus and Animats
Processing Concepts and Scenarios: Electrophysiological Findings on Language Representation
Constructivist Consequences: Translation and Reality
Qualitative Aspects of Representation and Consciousness
The Observer in the Brain
Reality and Representation. Qualia, Computers, and the "Explanatory Gap"
Can a Constructivist Distinguish between Experience and Representation?
How Animals Handle Reality--The Adaptive Aspect of Representation
Piaget's Legacy: Cognition as Adaptive Activity
Discussions of Representation and Constructivism 289
Subject Index 301