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PHIL 6252 : Advanced Introduction to Philosophy of Cognitive Science
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Advanced Introduction to Philosophy of Cognitive Science
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Phil. of Cognitive Science
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The emergence of cognitive phenomena in phylogeny and ontogeny, social cognition, nativist vs. empiricist approaches to cognition, models of reasoning and decision-making, representationalist vs. embodied/embedded/enactive approaches to cognition, and theories of perception, memory, and concepts.
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