Frontiers of Philosophy in China 2 (4):583-600 (2007)
|Abstract||One of the major divergences between dynamical systems theory and symbolism lies in their views on the role of representation in cognition. From the perspective of development, the cognitive development could be divided into three levels: sensorimotor, imagery representation and linguistic representation. It is claimed that representation is not a sufficient condition though it is necessary for cognition. However, it does not mean that the authors agree with the notion of strong coupling in dynamicism that completely rejects representation.|
|Keywords||cognitive science representation cognitive development the dynamical system theory embodiment situatedness strong coupling 认知科学 表征 认知发展 动力系统理论 具身性 情境性 强耦合|
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