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Robotists posses a sort of antipathy towards internal representions, central planning, and other rich inner models for cognition. But these were created to help explain what we know as advanced reasoning

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The domains these robots are working in are not representation hungry. So the best examples of robots, are poor examples of cognitive phenomena.

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This doesn't mean you just need the ability to act on displaced problems for proof of internal representations. But you can't argue against them being used at all.

Fodor on nonnomic

Selective response to such non nomic properties is the great evolutionary problem that mental representations were meant to resolve

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Inferential. Simple sensory transducability. We use an indirect route percoevd objects

Collective variable

Changing value reflects the interactive results of the activities of multiple systemic element s

Connect the mind and life to cog sci and Phil

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