Representation of Reality: Humans, Other Living Organism and Intelligent Machines

Heidelberg: Springer (forthcoming)
Abstract
In this book the editors invited prominent researchers with different perspectives and deep insights into the various facets of the relationship between reality and representation in the following three classes of agent: in humans, in other living beings, and in machines. The book enriches our views on representation and deepens our understanding of its different aspects, a question that connects philosophy, computer science, logic, anthropology, psychology, sociology, neuroscience, linguistics, information and communication science, systems theory and engineering, computability, cybernetics, synthetic biology, and bioinformatics biosemiotics. This book will be relevant to researchers in these fields.
Keywords Representation  Computation  Cognition
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