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entirely possible that one partner's beliefs will play the same sort of role for the other as the notebook plays for Otto.* What is central is a high degree of trust, reliance, and accessibility. To justify the different treatment, we must find some more basic underlying difference between the two. The extended mind and language edit, in a book with the title. To say that the beliefs disappear when the notebook is filed away seems to miss the big picture in just the same way as saying that Inga's beliefs disappear as soon as she is no longer conscious of them. But for visual phenomenology consider the Terminator, from the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie of the same name. (2) A person sits in front of a similar computer screen, but this time can choose either to physically rotate the image on the screen, by pressing a rotate button, or to mentally rotate the image as before. One can imagine circumstances under which a biological being might retain information in non-neural ways (a hypothetical Martian with a bitmap-based memory, or humans with prosthetics to support memory). The first words of verbal language are concepts associated with all the percepts associated with those words. M/toc/cphp20/27/1#.Uw7BgXkzd0o Logan, Robert. From the standpoint of this system, the flow of information between notebook and brain is not perceptual at all; it does not involve the impact of something outside the system. Our visual systems have evolved to rely on their environment in various ways: they exploit contingent facts about the structure of natural scenes (e.g.
The externalist challenge (239-254). Perhaps there are other cases where evolution has found it advantageous to exploit the possibility of the environment being in the cognitive loop. This would be an extreme view, but it may be the most consistent way to deny Otto's belief. In these cases, the relevant external features are passive. Where Otto walks to 53rd Street, Twin Otto walks to 51st. In such cases the brain develops in a way that complements the external structures, and learns to play its role within a unified, densely coupled system. The view we advocate here is reflected by a growing body of research in cognitive science. Clark, Andy, and David. New York: Academic Press.
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