Postcognitivism – Wikipedia

Postcognitivism

Postcognitivism – Wikipedia

Postcognitivism

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Movements in cognitive science are considered to be post-cognitivist if they are opposed to or move beyond the cognitivist theories posited by Noam ChomskyJerry FodorDavid Marr, and others.

Postcognitivists challenge tenets within cognitivism, including ontological dualismrepresentational realism, that cognition is independent of processes outside the mind and nervous system, that the electronic computer is an appropriate analogy for the mind, and that cognition occurs only within individuals.[1]

Researchers who have followed post-cognitive directions include Hubert DreyfusGregory BatesonBradd ShoreJerome BrunerVittorio GuidanoHumberto Maturana and Francisco Varela.[2]