Language, Knowledge, and Representation: Proceedings of the Sixth International Colloquium on Cognitive Science (ICCS-99) / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Netherlands
Every two years since 1989, an international colloquium on cognitive science is held in Donostia - San Sebastian, attracting the most important researchers in that field. This volume is a collection of the invited papers to the Sixth International Colloquium on Cognitive Science (ICCS-99), written from a multidisciplinary, cognitive perspective, and addressing various essential topics such as self-knowledge, intention, consciousness, language use, learning and discourse. This collection reflects not only the various interdisciplinary origins and standpoints of the participating researchers, but also the richness, fruitfulness, and exciting state of research in the field of cognitive science today. A must-read for anyone interested in philosophy, linguistics, psychology, and computer science, and in the perception of these topics from the perspective of cognitive science.
Table of Contents- Introduction.
- Self-Knowledge And Externalism; W. Brewer.
- Aunty's Argument And Armchair Knowledge; M. Davies.
- Emotional And Conversational Nonverbal Signals; P. Ekman.
- Focus In Discourse: Alternative Semantics Vs. A Representational Approach In SDRT; I. Gómez Txurruka.
- On Collective Intentions; K. Korta.
- The Plurality Of Consciousness; W. Lycan.
- The Role Of Unlabeled Data in Supervised Learning; T.M. Mitchell.
- Cognitive Neuroscience And The Unity Of The Study Of Cognition; J.M. Roy.
- Consciousness And Self-Knowledge; E. Sosa.
- Twelve Varieties Of Subjectivity: Dividing In Hopes Of Conquest; R. De Sousa.
- Name Index. Subject Index.