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Navigating the intentional world: stories, viewpoints, and social cognition

Navigating the intentional world: stories, viewpoints, and social cognition

Welcome to HDC

The History of Distributed Cognition Project marks an intervention in both modern and historical notions of cognition. Recent research in philosophy of mind and cognitive science calls for a reappraisal of historical concepts of cognition due to the increasing evidence that cognition is distributed across brain, body and world.

Seminars

Distributed Cognition in the Analytic and Continental Traditions

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Prof Michael Wheeler
Stirling University

Profiles

Cynthia Houng

Doctoral Candidate
Princeton University

Cynthia Houng is a Doctoral Candidate in History at Princeton University. She studied history at the University of California, Berkeley, and art history at Stanford University. Her work sits at the intersection of art, economic, and intellectual history.

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