Keeping the World in Mind: Mental Representations and the Sciences of the Mind
Drawing on a wide range of resources, including the history of philosophy, her role as director of a cognitive neuroscience group, and her Wittgensteinian training at Oxford, Jacobson provides fresh views on representation, concepts, perception, action, emotion and belief.
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1 Regarding Representations
2 From Fodorian to Aristotelian Representations
3 Aristotelian Representations II
5 Ideas Language and Skepticism
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