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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

Memory as a Test Case for Distributed Cognition

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Prof John Sutton
Macquarie University

Profiles

Dr Nicole Garrod-Bush

Department of English Studies at Durham University

Nicole Garrod-Bush teaches in the Department of English Studies at Durham University, where she previously completed a PhD on Victorian fiction and technologies of the moving image. She has research interests in nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature, ideas of the cinematic, visual art, and the history and philosophy of technology and science.

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