Supersizing the Mind: Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension

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Index
Abraham, R., 234
Adams, F., xv, 85–87, 89–97, 106, 108, 112, 114, 121, 131, 138, 160, 239, 241, 243
Affect, 48, 67, 107–108
Aglioti, S., 184, 185
Agnosia, 182–183, 189, 192. See also Optic ataxia
Agre, P., 247
Aizawa, K., xv, 85–87, 89–97, 106, 108, 112, 114, 121, 131, 138, 160, 239, 241, 243
Alac, M., 128
Anderson, C.H., 117
Anderson, M., 251
Angelucci, A., 174
Anthropocentrism, 93, 199–202, 240. See also Functionalism
Arsenio, A., 18–19
Artificial intelligence (AI), classical, 12, 234
Artificial neural networks, 7, 20, 53, 55, 107, 109, 115, 133–134, 151, 174–175, 178–179, 208, 211
Ashby, F. G., 72
Asimo (Honda), 3–4, 9
Aslin, R., 20–21, 235
Attention, 10, 45–50, 54, 57, 59, 63, 65, 117, 119, 148, 187–190, 214–216, 221, 237 role of language in (see Language)
BABYBOT, 17–18
Bach y Rita, P., 33, 35–36, 173, 191, 247
Baddeley, A., 132
Baker, S. C., 147
Ballard, D., 11–15, 20–22, 27, 68–69, 120, 137, 141, 146, 197, 201, 213, 234–235
Bargh, J. A., 95
Barr, J. A., 150
Barsalou, L. W., 54, 55, 236, 238
Beach, K., 62
Bechtel, W., 246
Beer, R., 16, 223
Behaviorism, 96. See also Functionalism
Beliefs. See also Content; Folk psychology
dispositional, xii–xiii, 76, 79–81, 88, 96–98, 115, 161, 226, 230, 232, 244, 252

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  • Philosophy of Mind ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Contents xxi
  • Introduction - Brainbound versus Extended xxv
  • I - From Embodiment to Cognitive Extension 1
  • 1 - The Active Body 3
  • 2 - The Negotiable Body 30
  • 3 - Material Symbols 44
  • 4 - World, Incorporated 61
  • II - Boundary Disputes 83
  • 5 - Mind Re-Bound? 85
  • 6 - The Cure for Cognitive Hiccups (Hemc, Hec, Hemc …) 111
  • 7 - Rediscovering the Brain 140
  • III - The Limits of Embodiment 167
  • 8 - Painting, Planning, and Perceiving 169
  • 9 - Disentangling Embodiment 196
  • 10 - Conclusions- Mind as Mashup 218
  • Appendix- The Extended Mind 220
  • Notes 233
  • References 255
  • Index 277
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