Maciej Dombrowski
University of Wroclaw
The present article constitutes an attempt at a review of a few selected questions related to the complexity paradigm and its implications for research on cognition, especially within the so-called ecological approach framework. I propose several theses, among others concerning the two contrary tendencies within the dominant methodology, as well as the ontological consequences of the phenomenon under discussion.
Keywords complexity  ecological cognition  emergence  affordances  processualism
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