Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Two Types of EC: Supplementary and Revolutionary

Here is a distinction among types of EC that seems to be worth considering, if for no other reason than that they bring with them distinct argumentative burdens.

Supplementary EC proposes that, in addition to the intracranial cognition that has been studied in the past, there is also transcranial cognition that is "just like" intracranial cognition.  (The qualifier "just like"covers a multitude of issues.)

Revolutionary EC proposes that there is no intracranial cognition, only transcranial cognition.

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