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Representation in Cognitive Science

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Representation in Cognitive Science
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN-13: 9780198812883
Number of pages: 305

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Drawing on this cutting-edge research, Nicholas Shea uses a series of case studies from the cognitive sciences to develop a naturalistic account of the nature of mental representation. His approach is distinctive in focusing firmly on the 'subpersonal' representations that pervade so much of cognitive science.

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