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Locating meaning in the mind (where it belongs)

In Robert J. Stainton (ed.), Contemporary Debates in Cognitive Science. Blackwell (2006)

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  1. Games People Play: Strategy and Structure in Social Life.Devereaux Kennedy - 2016 - Social Epistemology 30 (1):67-88.
    This paper is presented as a sociological account of social action and as part of the “cognitive and cultural turn” in sociology. It retains Weber’s definition of social action as meaningful behavior directed toward another, but employs concepts developed by Noam Chomsky, Pierre Bourdieu and Ludwig Wittgenstein to refine and amplify Weber’s understanding of meaning and subjectivity. It attempts to ground symbolic interaction in innate properties of mind suggested by Chomsky and others. It attempts to enrich Bourdieu’s concept of the (...)
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  • Yo no soy ilógico, simplemente sustituyo. Una reflexión y análisis del lenguaje en pacientes con diagnóstico de Trastorno del Pensamiento desde una Semántica Conceptualista.Diana Patricia Botero - 2015 - Logos: Revista de Lingüística, Filosofía y Literatura 25 (2):165-185.
    El discurso de individuos diagnosticados con trastorno del lenguaje como en el caso de la esquizofrenia, ha sido alta y comúnmente estudiado desde enfoques que observan el procesamiento cognitivo en la memoria, la atención o el acceso léxico o la localización y funcionamiento neuronal. El presente artículo en cambio, presenta y propone una reflexión y análisis de la forma de la información en las representaciones mentales a partir de una Semántica Conceptualista que incluye la combinatoria de interfaz físicas/perceptivas y de (...)
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  • Understanding as Knowledge of Meaning.Alex Barber - 2013 - Philosophy Compass 8 (10):964-977.
    Testimony, the transmission of knowledge through communication, requires a shared understanding of linguistic expressions and utterances of them. Is this understanding itself a kind of knowledge, knowledge of meaning? The intuitive answer is ‘yes’, but the nature of such knowledge is controversial, as is the assumption that understanding is a kind of knowledge at all. This article is a critical examination of recent work on the nature and role of semantic knowledge in the generation of the linguistic understanding needed for (...)
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