Contemporary Debates in Cognitive Science

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Robert J. Stainton
Wiley, May 8, 2006 - Philosophy - 360 pages
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This volume introduces central issues in cognitive science by means of debates on key questions.
  • The debates are written by renowned experts in the field.
  • The debates cover the middle ground as well as the extremes
  • Addresses topics such as the amount of innate knowledge, bounded rationality and the role of perception in action.
  • Provides valuable overview of the field in a clear and easily comprehensible form.
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    About the author (2006)

    Robert J. Stainton is Associate Professor at the University of Western Ontario. He has published some 40 articles on various topics in linguistics and philosophy, and has authored or edited eight previous books, including Philosophical Perspectives on Language (1996), Knowledge and Mind (2000) and is co-editor of Philosophy and Linguistics (1999).

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