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Similarity and Symbols in Human Thinking. The book evaluates the potential of each view to describe human cognition and examines whether systems compatible with these different perspectives might work together in explaining thought.

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The book includes seven different essays which all basically deal with the .

The book includes seven different essays which all basically deal with the same issue. The conclusions are also similar. From the publisher: Much of current cognitive science is a debate between two views of thinking-thinking as governed by mental rules and thinking as governed by similarity among ideas.

book (Part of the Cognition Special Issue Series).

Part of the Cognition Special Issue Series).

Sloman, Steven A ; Rips, Lance . Similarity and symbols in human thinking. Amsterdam : Elsevier, 1998. Sloman, SA & Rips, LJ 1998, Similarity and symbols in human thinking. Sloman, Steven A; Rips, Lance J. T1 - Similarity and symbols in human thinking. The relationship between metrics and -equalities is investigated; the latter are a special case of -equivalences, a natural generalization of the classical concept of an equivalence relation. Semantic distance and the verification of semantic relations. It is shown that in the construction of metrics from -equalities triangular norms with an additive generator play a key role.

Much of current cognitive science is a debate between two views of thinking-thinking as governed by mental rules and thinking as governed by similarity among ideas. Contributors to this volume explore these contrasting views.

Exploring Human Cognition Using Large Image Databases. Steven A. Sloman, Lance J. Rips. Similarity- versus rule-based categorization. Edward E. Smith, Steven A. Sloman. Memory & cognition.

In S. A. Sloman & L. J. Rips (Ed., Similarity and symbols in human thinking (pp. 111–144). In W. K. Estes (E., Handbook of learning and cognitive processes: Volume 5. Human information processing (pp. 189–237). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Kitagami, . Sato, . & Yoshikawa, S. (2002). Sloman, S. & Rips, L. (1998). Similarity as an explanatory construct. In S. 1–15). Tanaka, J. & Farah, M. (1993).

Much of current cognitive science is a debate between two views of thinking―thinking as governed by mental rules and thinking as governed by similarity among ideas. Contributors to this volume explore these contrasting views.Much of current cognitive science is a debate between two views of thinking―thinking as governed by mental rules and thinking as governed by similarity among ideas. Contributors to this volume explore these contrasting views in research on reasoning and concepts, and consider their merits from the perspectives of cognition, development, neuroscience, and artificial intelligence. The book evaluates the potential of each view to describe human cognition and examines whether systems compatible with these different perspectives might work together in explaining thought. While maintaining a high level of scientific sophistication, the book remains accessible to undergraduates and researchers in other fields.
Similarity and Symbols in Human Thinking (Cognition Special Issue) download epub
Behavioral Sciences
Author: Steven A Sloman,Lance J. Rips
ISBN: 0262692147
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Behavioral Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: A Bradford Book (September 20, 1998)
Pages: 227 pages