What We Mean By Experience

Stanford University Press (2012)
Introduction : the authority of experience : realism, empiricism, and the problem of theory -- The linguistic turn and the ascendancy of anti-foundationalism -- Cognitive sciences of experience -- Children and other living computers -- Feminist discussions of experience : identity, naturalisms, and discourse -- Naturalism and agency -- Experience recaptured.
Keywords Experience  Knowledge, Theory of  Psychology and philosophy
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Call number B105.E9.J36 2012
ISBN(s) 9780804776141
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