Human cognition in context: On the biologic, cognitive and social reconsideration of meaning as making sense of action

Diego Cosmelli, Agustín Ibáñez

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The aim of this special issue of IPBS has been to explore concrete and explicit alternatives to cognitivism. Indeed, in our editorial introduction we set out to give a brief survey of the numerous criticisms that have been made of understanding the mind this way (Ibáñez and Cosmelli, Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Sciences, 2008). Thus in what sense do the contributions here presented succeed in providing novel alternatives, moving into original and potentially generative domains of inquiry? While much remains to be done, we believe that they make significant headway in more than one sense. We do believe, however, that there is one locus that furnishes a convergence ground that is worth considering seriously: the problem of meaning. Meaning as making sense of contextualized action seems to cross the domains of intentionality, intersubjectivity and ecology of mind. The development of multilevel approaches, as the authors here exemplify, argues for a novel research agenda.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)233-244
Número de páginas12
PublicaciónIntegrative Psychological and Behavioral Science
Volumen42
N.º2
DOI
EstadoPublicada - jun. 2008

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