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Prediction, embodiment, and representation

  • István Aranyosi (a1)

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First, I argue that there is no agreement within non-classical cognitive science as to whether one should eliminate representations, hence, it is not clear that Brette's appeal to it is going to solve the problems with coding. Second, I argue that Brette's criticism of predictive coding as being intellectualistic is not justified, as predictive coding is compatible with embodied cognition.

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Prediction, embodiment, and representation

  • István Aranyosi (a1)

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