Action, Perception and the Brain
Adaptation and Cephalic Expression
Jay Schulkin (Redaktør)
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This book is about contemporary philosophical and neuroscientific perspectives on the relation of action, perception, and cognition as it is lived in embodied and socially embedded experience. This emphasis on embodiment and embeddedness is a change from traditional theories, which focused on isolated, representational, and conceptual cognition. In the new perspectives contained in our book, such 'pure' cognition is thought to be under-girded and interpenetrated by embodied and embedded processes.
Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction The Slow Process: A Hypothetical Cognitive Adaptation for Distributed Cognitive Networks; M.Donald Social Cognition and Cortical Function: An Evolutionary Perspective; S.Shultz & R.I.M.Dunbar Homo Heuristicus and the Bias-Variance Dilemma; H.Brighton & G. Gigerenzer Action, Embodied Meaning, and Thought; M.Johnson Neo-Pragmatism and Enactive Intentionality; S.Gallagher & K.Miyahara Minds, Things, and Materiality; M.Wheeler Contributions of Mirror Mechanisms to the Embodiment of Cognition; A.M.Glenberg The Neural Systems Involved in Motor Cognition and Social Contact; S.Hetu & P.L.Jackson Action and Cephalic Expression: Hermeneutical Pragmatism; J.Schulkin & P.Heelan References Index
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