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World/Thinking/Translation/Gärdenfors: How can we talk about what we see: see Jackendoff (1987b, 2012) (1) (2) and Macnamara (1978) (3) for this.

(1) Jackendoff, R. (1987b). On beyond zebra: The relation of linguistic and visual information. Cognition, 26, 80–114.

(2) Jackendoff, R. (2012). Language as a source of evidence for theories of spatial representation. Perception, 41, 1128–1152.

(3) Macnamara, J. (1978). How can we talk about what we see? Department of Psychology, McGill University.


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P. Gärdenfors
The Geometry of Meaning Cambridge 2014


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