Re: Sue Blackmore lecture Wednesday 5.15pm London

From: Grant Callaghan (grantc4@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed 19 Feb 2003 - 22:57:59 GMT

  • Next message: William Benzon: "Re: Sue Blackmore lecture Wednesday 5.15pm London"

    There is little evidence that brains function by passing patterns of bits from one place to another and by transforming one pattern of bits into some other pattern.

    --
    William L. Benzon
    I thought you said you were familiar with congnitive science.  What do you 
    think frames and blends are?  Check out the following:
    Conceptual Integration Networks
    [Expanded web version, 10 February 2001]
    Gilles Fauconnier
    Department of Cognitive Science
    University of California, San Diego
    gfauconnier@ucsd.edu
    Mark Turner
    Department of English and Program in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science
    University of Maryland
    markt@umd5.umd.edu
    The web page for research on conceptual integration is 
    http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mturn/WWW/blending.html
    Published in Cognitive Science, 22(2) 1998, 133-187.
    Copyright  Cognitive Science Society, Inc.  Used by permission
    Grant
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