The role of mental variation in cognitive science : ...



Paper title The role of mental variation in cognitive science: structured imagination and conceptual combinations
Paper author(s) Nebojsa Kujundzic
Proceedings title The proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy
Date 1999
Abstract What is the role of mental variation in cognitive science? I will attempt to answer this question by dividing it into two separate questions: (1) what role does mental variation already (or implicitly) play in cognitive science? and (2) would cognitive science benefit by inquiring (explicitly) into the role of mental variation? I will attempt to show that mental variation already plays an important (though not always explicit) role in cognitive science. Additionally, I will suggest that explicating the role of mental variations in cognition may be seen as a vital component of maintaining the strength of certain approaches and "schools" of cognitive science.

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