Objectivity, intentionality, and levels of explanation

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (1):55-56 (2001)
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Notwithstanding many similarities between Thelen et al.'s and Piaget's accounts of the A-not-B error, we argue that, in contrast to Piaget, they do not explicitly address the issue of objectivity. We suggest that this omission is partly due to the fact that Thelen et al. and Piaget's accounts are pitched at different levels of explanation



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