On Whitehead, Embodied Cognition and Biosemiotics

Chromatikon 1:195-215 (2005)
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Abstract

Recovering from its obsession with the computer in the 1990's psychology realised that minds come with bodies, something that Whitehead had pointed out in the 1920's. However, the problem of how the mind and body are linked remained. Bisemiotics solves it.

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