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Chapter 14: Toward a Naturalized Cognitive Science: A Framework for Cooperation between Philosophy and the Natural Sciences of Intelligent Systems1

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Toward a Naturalized Cognitive Science: A Framework for Cooperation between Philosophy and the Natural Sciences of Intelligent Systems1
Toward a naturalized cognitive science: A framework for cooperation between philosophy and the natural sciences of intelligent systems1
C.A.Hooker

We know, however, that the mind is capable of understanding these matters in all their complexity and in all their simplicity. A ball flying through the air is responding to the force and direction with which it was thrown, the action of gravity, the friction of the air which it must expend its energy on overcoming, the turbulence of the air around its surface, and the rate and direction of the ball's spin.

And yet, someone who might have difficulty working out what 3 × 4 × 5 comes to would ...

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