Mending or abandoning cognitivism?
This chapter explores whether current interest in an embodied, embedded approach to cognition should be carried out as an alternative only to abstract symbols, while keeping most of cognitivism, or rather as a proper alternative to cognitivism. It emphasizes the shortcomings and risks of a cognitivist version of the embodied meaning approach, favouring a more radical, interactivist, and dynamical approach to cognition.
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