Doing Without Concepts: An Interpretation of C.I. Lewis' Action-Oriented Foundationalism
Stufflebeam (Robert S.)
Source: Sorites 6, August 1996: 4-20
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    C.I. Lewis's action-oriented notion of cognition is consistent with a minimally representational picture of mind. I aim to show why. Toward this end, I explore some of the tensions between Lewis's theory of knowledge and his theory of mind. At face value,

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