Oxford University Press (2010)

Murray Shanahan
Imperial College of Science and Technology
From this post-reflective point of view, the book argues for an intimate relationship between cognition, sensorimotor embodiment, and the integrative character ...
Keywords Cognition  Consciousness  Memory
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Call number BF311.S4613 2010
ISBN(s) 0199226555   9780199226559
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