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Peter Gärdenfors

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Thinking without language/DennettVsGärdenfors: in contrast, some authors argue that thinking is not possible without language: (Dennett, 1991).
Concepts/Dennett: Thesis: many concepts can only be formed when language is already present, such as B inflation, month, heritage.
Concepts/Gärdenfors: this is certainly true, but it does not deny that most of our concepts have been developed by observation and action before they found their linguistic expression. GärdenforsVsDennett.
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Deduction/Shirky/Gärdenfors: (Shirky, 2003): deductive reason is over-estimated by people who work on artificial intelligence and especially on the Semantic Web.
GärdenforsVsDescartes: this over-estimation comes from Arthur Conan Doyle whose Sherlock Holmes stories have done more harm to the idea of how the human mind works than anything since Descartes.

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P. Gärdenfors
The Geometry of Meaning Cambridge 2014

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