Intelligence, then, is nothing other than the overall interactive structure of meaningful behavior and objects. … Perhaps the basic idea can be brought out this way. Intelligence is the ability to deal reliably with more than the present and the manifest. (Haugeland, 1998, p. 230)Haugeland, J. (1998). Mind embodied and embedded. Having Thought (pp. 207-237).
Friday, April 16, 2010
Who Supports Revolutionary EC? 1
Who supports the view that there is no intracranial cognition, only transcranial cognition? Actually, a surprising number of folks. Apparently, John Haugeland for one: